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ON SBS 2003 Premium with ISA 2004, After Installing Blackberry Professional, Cannot VPN From the Outside

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VPN was working fine on SBS 2003 Premium with ISA Server 2004 before installing Blackberry Professional on server

Now, users outside office cannot connect through VPN
They get errror 678
Tried disabliing and enabling VPN from To Do List and restarting RRAS and even shutting down all Blackberry services but still no connections
I am ASSUMING that it is a result of installing BES because that was the only change (other than Windows updates).
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks.
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Question by:b1dupree
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by:Gary Cutri
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Hi, after installing BES onto SBS03 with ISA you will have an issue as the BES MDS service and ISA both use port 8080. If you open the MDS properties change the Web Server Listen Port to 9090 and then restart the MDS service.
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Gary Cutri earned 2000 total points
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Here is some more information\detail for you:

1. Select Connect Service Tab
2. Select Edit Connect Service Properties
3. Change the Web Server Listen Port to 9090
4. Exit and Apply
5. Restart the MDS Service

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by:b1dupree
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Thanks.  I had already changed the port and restarted the service.
Still not working.
Keep in mind though that we're talking about the PPTP port and not the web proxy port.
It appears that the PPTP port is being blocked.
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by:b1dupree
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Actually, had done the recommended procedure, but just needed to restart the server.  The information given was correct in any case.
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