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grinn253 -> Authenticating w/ports 445 & 137? (2.Sep.2004 2:04:00 AM)

Hello all,

So my logging is going pretty good "[Smile]" . However traffic destined to ports 445 or 137 do not display the username, and thus when i set the rule to allow 'authenticated users,' the connection is denied.

Client machines have the firewall client and webproxy installed. Does ISA not 'register' a username when connections are made to 445/137?

Thanks for any help,
Edgardo




tshinder -> RE: Authenticating w/ports 445 & 137? (2.Sep.2004 2:02:00 PM)

Hi Edgardo,

If they're NetBIOS broadcasts, then the user name won't be included.

HTH,
Tom




grinn253 -> RE: Authenticating w/ports 445 & 137? (2.Sep.2004 5:51:00 PM)

Thanks! Sounds like it may is best to: create 'netbios broadcast policy' to the specific "computer/url sets" for "all users". Then create other policies for the individual 'internet applications,' for user groups.

Thanks again! [Smile]
Edgardo




tshinder -> RE: Authenticating w/ports 445 & 137? (3.Sep.2004 1:14:00 PM)

Hi Edgardo,

I just ignore them. The solution is to disable NetBIOS on all the clients, but that's specific to the level of application support you require.

HTH,
Tom




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