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ISA 2001/VBScript help: View port range (and disable some ports)

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Hi All,

I've been asked to run the script below by a vendor.  But before i run it i would like to know if these ports are availible for these protocols, and how i could remove the changes if it doesn't fix the issue we are experiencing.

Found this on the net, but not sure how to get the current ports or delete existing ones.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa491817.aspx


many thanks
set isa=CreateObject("FPC.Root")
set tprange=isa.Arrays.GetContainingArray.ArrayPolicy.WebProxy.TunnelPortRanges
set tmp=tprange.AddRange("ICA 1494", 1494, 1494)
set tmp=tprange.AddRange("CGP 2598", 2598, 2598)
tprange.Save
MsgBox("Done")

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Question by:detox1978
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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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easy enough.

The script you have there is only a part of it though. There is no such thing as ISA2001 - there is isa2000, 2004 and 2006 as fas as the outside world is concerned.

Use the site www.isatools.org (courtesy jim Harrison) and look in the tools sections of the version of ISA you actually have.
You will see the ISA tunnel port extender software. Use the tool with no parameters and it will show you the ports already allowed. read the syntax and it will show you how to add additional ports, a port range and how to delete existing ones.

Keith
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Sorry my mistake.  It's ISA 2000.

Will download it now.
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by:detox1978
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Thanks, have run the script and it doesn't return any details for ICA and CGP.

If i run my script would the below script undo my changes?


set isa=CreateObject("FPC.Root")
set tprange=isa.Arrays.GetContainingArray.ArrayPolicy.WebProxy.TunnelPortRanges
set tmp=tprange.DelRange("ICA 1494", 1494, 1494)
set tmp=tprange.DelRange("CGP 2598", 2598, 2598)
tprange.Save
MsgBox("Done")

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No, the script will be fine
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