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How to configure ISA server using Single Network Adaptor as a proxy server for Local LAN?

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when i try to configure ISA server 2004 as proxy server  using Single Network Adaptor Template,i get an error in main dash board show that Windows Firewall / Internet connection Sharing  service is Stopped.

When I try to start  it says  Windows Firewall / Internet connection Sharing is not starting. and it also shows Domain Controller, DNS  is not Configured however it has been configured.

Kindly help me with the  step by step procedure to resolve the issue.

Thanks in Advance
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Actually I should've read the article more closely myself. It does state that some databases cannot be read and you clearly state you want to restore Oracle...

Accordingly I did some more digging and found an interesting blog that indicates you CAN run them on the same Server and explains a quick way to enable / disable the services:

http://www.digitalformula.net/scripts/how-to-quickly-disable-or-enable-ca-arcserve-backup-exec/

I hope THIS helps!
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Sorry - please ignore - delete the above - IE and tags got mixed up
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Thinking about this some more.... You've configured your ISA Server in firewall (integrated) mode - you need to configure it in CACHE mode.

This then will not rely on the firewall Service being available

ISAServer.org gives a good article on just how to do this: http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/unihomedisa1.html

Sorry for the mis-post earlier
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However could please tell me the procedure for ISA server 2004, that link what u gave is for ISA 2000
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However could please tell me the procedure for ISA server 2004, that link what u gave is for ISA 2000
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Sorry - rushing the answer for you:

start here: http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-22_11-5483365.html

and follow the links at the bottom to further configure
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