Isa Server 2004 MMC not showing configurations

Posted on 2008-11-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi to all, i have recently done a system restore on my SBS 2003.
Everything is working fine except ISA 2004 mmc. The configuration is working but when i open the mmc it shows only the left side info (monitoring, rules, vpn.. etc).
when i clink in rules for example, nothing appears on the right side. It's very strange. I have ISA 2004 and MMC 3.0
i can create a rule with the action menu but i just cant see nothing on the right side and i need to see and change some rules.
any clues?
thanks in advance
Question by:GreatVargas
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    solution encontered.. after recover one operating system it looses all updates.. 70 updates after the mmc is working fine and my isa too..

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