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VPN Quarantine - 16.Sep.2004 11:51:00 AM   
rnaef

 

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the vpn client would connect sucessfully. but after the post connection script, the client won't be moved from quarantine to vpn network.
rqc run with the error code (-1 - general error).
is there a way to debug/test the rqs/rqc tools

regards
richard naef
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RE: VPN Quarantine - 17.Sep.2004 4:29:00 AM   
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Hi Richard,

Good luck. The VPN Q piece is so poorly documented I wouldn't have the first idea where to start.

Tom

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RE: VPN Quarantine - 17.Sep.2004 9:51:00 PM   
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quote:
Originally posted by tshinder:
Hi Richard,

Good luck. The VPN Q piece is so poorly documented I wouldn't have the first idea where to start.

Tom

Does this indicate that the VPN Quarentine will not have a thorough chapter in your ISA 2004 book?

Thanks,
Edgardo

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RE: VPN Quarantine - 19.Sep.2004 9:49:00 PM   
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Hi Edgardo,

That's correct. The VPN Q piece is a programming platfor, so unless you're a programmer, its not much use. There are some third party solutions for it, and the ISA hardware firewall vendors are working on the problem, but from the ISA firewall admins point of view, the VPN Q isn't worth much without a programmer on staff.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: VPN Quarantine - 20.Sep.2004 11:08:00 PM   
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Hi,

I would start with a basic test. From a remote user, try to connect the TCP port of RQS.. just to see if it is opened. Defaut is 7250.

The TCP port is the one you used when you installed the RQS on the server. Check registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Rqs to make sure. Also you should see the SHAREDKEY that must be the same between the registry, and the command line you run on the remote machine.

If you need to implement Quarantine in a production environment, take a look at http://www.esnouf.net/programs/QSS/qssinaction/QssInAction.htm.

It is supposed to solve all your problems.

Regards

Frederic

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RE: VPN Quarantine - 21.Sep.2004 2:42:00 AM   
tshinder

 

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Yes! If you need VPN Q, then you should use QSS!

Thanks!
Tom

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