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Remote Web Workplace and Remote Desktop

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Greetings all,

I am trying to get remote web workplace working again on SBS 2003.  We have used it for quite some time but it recently just stopped.  Outlook web access still functions fine and as an administrator I can still connect to the server via remote desktop just no workstations.  

I have checked port 4125 and 3389 they are not blocked or being used by any other process that I can see.  I have double checked the routers and ISA configuration and can’t see any thing there.   Group membership in Active Directory seems intact.   I can use remote desktop connection to get to the server and to get from my workstation to all other workstations.  But not from the server?

What am I missing?
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on the ISA server , make sure that the policy conrening the SBS server is properly configured.
Again , we say the rule has these components :
Source / destination / condition / allow or deny ..
And , can u ping the server , by ip and hostname ? ?? Make sure too we have no connectivity problem or dns or WINS (again I say WINS) problem.

Waiting for your reply . ... Need more info if the problem still exists.
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I think that did it.  There was an issue with WINS.  Thank you for your help
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ur welcome :)
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