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Cannot remote access between 7pm and 7 am

Posted on 2007-12-03
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I have configured up a SBS network with full remote access however it seems that I cannot access the network between 7pm and 7am . I have checked the firewaall and there is no schedule set up. I am wondering about the setup within SBs server 2003
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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What exactly do you mean by remote access?  VPN, RDP, RWW?

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by:panders74
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Cannot RDP or RWW
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Is this happening with just your account or all accounts?  What about the built-in administrator account?

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by:panders74
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This situation is happening on all accounts. I have just verfiied the setting sin the Netgear FVS 338 firewall and it is open 24/7 so I am thinking that it is a porblem with the schedule in Sbs or the Internet provider
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by:Joediggity2
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Are there any access restrictions on the individual accounts?  On the account tab of the users profile check the logon hours.
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Nope no restricitons on the accounts tab for any of the users . Is it a setting in the group policy
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Also I found this post
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Misc/Q_22457974.html

In this case it was a power management issue.
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