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Installed a new ISA 2004 server but the monitoring will not work. When I click on the monitoring tab nothing shows up in the screen. If I go to the troubleshooting tab and click on the View ISA Server Logging it comes back with an error message "You do not have permission to perform this function". I am logged in on the server as a domain administrator.
The version of ISA is 4.0.2167.907 so not all the patches have been applied.
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Keith Alabaster earned 750 total points
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In the monitoring tab, have you clicked Start Query?
You do not need Service Packs for ISA2004 to see the monitoring screens - although they should be applied, obviously.
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That was the strange thing all alongt, for no obvious reason the monitoring tab just did not show anything, so I just reapplied the ISA service pack and all worked fine. Its easy to forget the simplest answer. Thanks again
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