Hello all and thanks in advance for any help you can send my way.
Recently my workstations seemed to "drop" off the network and no longer could acquire a DHCP address. The only way I could get the client computer to get back onto the network was to give the computer a static ip address, and with 175 workstations around the factory I was not about to do that, so after a little investigation I found that turning off the firewall client for ISA server 2000 - ta dah! - the client workstation was able to acquire a DHCP address once again. I was wondering if anyone else has run into this issue and had some type of resolution. For some reason, people want the internet, who knew the fad would last?
Oh and just for some background, there were no changes to the ISA server, this just upped and happened out of the blue.
quote:Originally posted by LLigetfa: If these are 2000 clients connecting to a 2000 server, you should be posting to the 2000 forum.
Not to be rude, but help is help. ISA server help that is. If this happens to ISA Server 2000 clients then there is a possiblity it could happen to ISA Server 2004 clients no matter what version of ISA Server one is using. If you have any thoughts or even better, a solution on this please help, don't bother with trivalties about where this is posted. I just found this forum, found this topic and thought I would post. Thats all, I did not know that I would offend someone by just asking for help. Can you help? If you can please do, I would very much appreciate it. If not, keep these types of posts off this topic. Thanks if advance for any help.