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Can't get pcanywhere working from Internal  client to external server through ISA 2004 standard

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Here is the scenario.  I have Isa 2004 Std installed on Windows 2003 Server with 2 network cards (internal and external) behind a PIX firewall.  I am trying to pcanywhere from an internal client to a server on the external interface of the ISA server and I am not able to get it to work.  I have looked elsewhere on EE but have not found a clear cut way to get this to work.  Also during troubleshooting I tried to ping from and internal client to the server I want to pcanywhere into and I can not get that to work either even after following some other posts here on EE.  I can ping from client to ISA Server and from the ISA Server to the external server.  Any suggestions?
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Can you please explain again?  I'm a little confuse.

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Basically I have Internet--Pix--ServerA--ISA2004--WorkstationA.  I would like to be able to pcanywhere into ServerA from WorkstationA.  I would also like to be able to ping from WorkstationA to ServerA.  How do I set up ISA 2004 to do this?  I have searched EE and isaserver.org but nobody can give a clear cut answer on how to do this.   Thanks for any help.

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Alright I finally figured this out myself.  The problem was that on ServerA I forgot to add a static route to its routing table to tell it how to get to WorkstationA. Thanks for your time.
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np.  sorry i wasn't much help but on the bright side it's working.  :)

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