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Publishing problem with 3389 - 25.May2003 2:47:00 PM   


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I'm trying to publish Terminal services using the TSAC web client which only supports 3389. Unfortionatly something that I can't figure out what is, seems to occupy the 3389 port after re-booting. It is not happening right away, for some seconds or possibly a few minuttes i can connect, then the port is blocked and I loose contact to 3389 and that's it. I found some paper that indicates that Exchange Server in rare situations will occupy that port so I implemented the recommended changes but that hasn't change anything. A netstat -na shows nothing listening on the port. Any ideas on what the problem could be? If I move terminal services to another port I can connect using the client and have no problems, it's only on 3389.
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RE: Publishing problem with 3389 - 27.May2003 5:27:00 AM   


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Make sure you bind the Terminal Services running on the ISA Server itself to the internal network interface. That will prevent socket contention on the external interface.


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