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Why do I lose internet access when microsoft firewall enabled in ISA 2006

Posted on 2009-04-07
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Hi. I just installed isa 2006 on my sbs 2003.  everything seemed to go according to plan but I think I may have enabled or not enabled something in ISA. reason for installation of ISA is rww etc.  when I run the Microsoft firewall I get the page cannot be displayed, refresh page, check spelling etc. error code 403 forbidden the ISA server denied the specified uniform resource locator (URL) (12202).  when I stop the micorosoft server I have web access again. is there a tick box or some configuration I have missed?
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Chris
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Hi,

I have also lost the ability to add computers to the domain as well I have noticed when they log on they're slow and wont connect to the internet either. this is the same whether or not the microsoft firewall is enabled or not.

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Chris
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