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Windows 2003 CA and ISA 2004 EE

Posted on 2006-06-18
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Hello Experts,

I currently have a PPTP connnection setup an working. However, I am trying to implement L2TP/IPSEC with ISA 2004 EE. I installed the Root CA in a DC without problems. However I cannot get pass step 1 and 2 on this guide:

http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004vpnserver.htm

I am currently in the Issue Certificates section.

Please help me troubleshoot this or please provide a better guide.
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by:elyrodriguez
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sorry forgot to put the error message. well, step 1 says to input the address of the CA and I get a page cannot be displayed
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ded9 earned 500 total points
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The link is working fine
i just checked it
Check your network connectivity  because you are getting page cannot be displayed   in opening the link as well as in ca.
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by:elyrodriguez
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Got it working thanks. The problem was I needed to configure a firewall rule allowing HTTP protocol FROM ISA(LOCAL HOST) TO INTERNAL NETWORK.

Thanks
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