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Blue screen of death on RAS dial in

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I've watched the server during this process so I know exactly when it's happening!

NT Server 4, SP 5, Routing & Remote access upgrade installed

Regardless of whether I come in requesting to use an IP address or let the DHCP server try and allocate one, as soon as the modem finishes negotiating and goes off to validate the user, I get a 'STOP 00000000A' error.

Any ideas anyone - do I need to make it crash again to get more exact numbers or is this a known problem?

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I am almost afraid to ask, did you reapply SP5 after installing RRAS.
If not, do so.
If you did reapply SP5 think about going to SP6a, because in the release notice are some cases reported where RRAS (or TCP/IP) could cause a stop 0x0000000A.
SP6a is realy nothing more than SP5 with extra bug fixes (most of the times bugs introdused by SP5)
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spot on!

6a fixed the problem straight away - thanks!
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