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Posted on 2004-04-21
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We are running ISA on 2 Windows 2003 servers clustered with rainwall. For some reason about a week ago all of the clients running the isa script   http://isa.domain.com/array.dll?Get.Routing.Script in there connection settings cannot connect to certain sites. If we remove the check for that option and just select to use proxy server and manually input the shared ip or isa.domain.com for the cluster, everything works fine. What can be causing this?

Juan
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Can you recreate this problem with certain sites ?
What makes these sites any different from any others they can access ?
Sounds a bit weird - this script is only run when IE starts up.
What happens when these users issue the following from browsers:

http://ISA-ServerName:8080/array.dll?Get.Routing.Script
http://ISA-ServerName:8080/array.dll?Get.Info.v1
http://ISA-ServerName:8080/array.dll?Get.Info.v2

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Which raises a point - how come you're not pulling the routing script from port 8080 ?  Port 80 is probably already busy doing other stuff...
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I don't believe that ISA will answer requests on port 80, unless you have defined it to accept requests on that port.

Check your routing table on the local machine. Make sure that the route is correct to the cluster. If not, add it as a static route to the routing table.
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problems seems to associated with DNS.
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