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Winproxy / access to the server computer problem.

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hi, We have winproxy  installed on the lan.
But We can't access the  computer whit winproxy (xp) from client computers (xp too)
there is a message like this:

"This is an automated alert message from WinProxy (Version: 5.0.50.11) on machine "ANAMAKINE [0.0.0.0]". At Fri Oct 15 14:59:55 2004, the client machine named "192.168.1.10" was blocked from going to 192.168.1.2. Reason: Site Restricted by BlackList
WinProxy - http://www.Ositis.com/"

what should we do?
thanks.


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> We can't access the  computer whit winproxy (xp) from client computers (xp too)

what does your "access" mean? to surf the internet via the winproxy machine? to open files on shared folders of the winproxy machine? to view the web pages hosted on the winproxy machine?

it sounds you have a restricted policy defined on the winproxy machine which does not allow other computers "access" itself by default.

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bbao
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