Unable to connect to Win2k server after installing ISA
Posted on 2001-06-19
I have recently installed the Internet Security and Acceleration Server on a Win 2000 Server with 2 NICs. The LAT seems to be configured fine and the clients have no problem using the ISA server for web browsing. I am also able to connect to it internally using the Advanced Terminal Client. In addition, I can ping it by name as well as by the IP address.
Here the problems: I cannot connect to it using its NetBIOS name. When I go to Start->Run and type in the \\<server_name>, I receive "the network path was not found" error. Also, I cannot share anything from the ISA server since the "Sharing..." option is not available when I right-click on folders.
It is vital for our network setup that we can connect to the ISA server internally using NetBios. I've been struggling with this for over a week and would really appreciate your help.
Thanks for your time,