WMI not working on isa server 2004 localhost

am not able to send snmp or wmi requests to the is server 2004 proxy and firewall even when i precise to open all ports to the network management console to the the isa server 2004 local host.
Here is what i am getting in the logs:
Transport      Destination Network      Destination IP      Destination Port      Protocol      Action      Rule      Client IP      Result Code
TCP      Local Host      192.168.1.22      135      RPC (all interfaces)      Initiated Connection      RPC For the Network Management Console      192.168.2.1      0x0
TCP      Local Host      192.168.1.22      135      RPC (all interfaces)      Closed Connection      RPC For the Network Management Console      192.168.2.1      0x80074e24
TCP      Local Host      192.168.1.22      135      RPC (all interfaces)      Initiated Connection      RPC For the Network Management Console      192.168.2.1      0x0
TCP      Local Host      192.168.1.22      135      RPC (all interfaces)      Closed Connection      RPC For the Network Management Console      192.168.2.1      0x80074e24

Also i found a similar solution but did not work for me:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Firewalls/Q_21672336.html?query=wmi+is+server+2004&clearTAFilter=true#15557623

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joefeghalyAsked:
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Check the ISA system policy.
Open the gui and click on firewall policy.
A row of icons appear along the top of the window.
Click the last one and the system rules will appear.
review the system policy rules to make sure the full access is allowed for the restrictive protocols.
You may want to try removing strict rpc compliance.
Save the policy
Click on system policy icon again and the rules we be hidden again.
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