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Cannot login to domain after IPsec policy is removed

Posted on 2006-04-18
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I was testing a Secure server IPsec policy and enabled it on a test machine.  Once i did this, I cannot access other resources on the network.  this makes sense b/c they are not IPsec aware.  However, now i've removed the policy and restarted the test server many times and the IPsec is still in effect.
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How do i force the policy to go away?
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I've also done gpupdate /force a million times.
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Matt_Heuer earned 2000 total points
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Are the policies still active, if so disable them.  If that still doesnt do the trick, try disabling the IPsec service in the services manager.  Either of these should get you back up and running.

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the ipsec service on the test server or domain controller?
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you should only need to on the member server.  I would go ahead and clear any group policy configurations involving ipsec though for the moment.

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ok i disabled the service and it works great, when should i be able to reenable it and not have the group policy affect it?
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I would review all group policies (domain, local, site, etc...) have no configuration on the ipsec components.  One that has been 100% verified, go ahead and enable the service again and see if that takes care of it.

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alright yea there ar none defined now.thanks :)
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awesome, hope everything works out for ya

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