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Microsoft ISA 2006 - Details Pane for Logging Section

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Hello,

Does anyone know how to open the Details pane under the Logging tab for MS ISA Server 2006? It used to be there, but some how it was closed and there is NO option that I can see to bring it back.

Thanks!
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by:Raj-GT
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You should see a small blue ribbon with an arrow at the bottom of the Loggin tab similar to the one on the right-hand side to bring the task pad into view.

However, if your think your ISA MSC file is corrupt, you can do a fresh install of ISA on a test machine and copy the file from there (C:\Program Files\Microsoft ISA Server\msisa.msc)
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Rag-GT,

Thanks for your prompt response. The problem is however, that that blue arrow at the bottom is missing completely. I remember it used to be there, but a previous administrator somehow closed it and I have no idea how to get it back.

Do you know of any other way to get this pane to re-appear besides doing a fresh install and then copying the msisa.msc file? I only ask because that seems to be a lot of work just to get this pane to show up again.

If push comes to shove however, I will certainly try this suggestion.

Thanks again!
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by:mlnetops
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Sorry for the typo in your screen name, it should have read: Raj-GT.
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Rename and remove the txt and try the attached.
msisa.msc.txt
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Raj-GT,

I tried replacing the original msisa.msc with the file that you sent me, but that didn't work. I then tried removing the msisa.msc file altogether so that it would be re-created when I open the ISA Console, but that didn't bring back the details pane, or the little blue arrow at the bottom either.

Thanks for your suggestions though.

I did some research and found that there is an ISA Server 2006 Supportability Pack that may fix the problem, but I'm not certain.

Here is the Microsoft Link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939455

Any other suggestions that you may have??

Thanks again!
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Yes, installing all the updates and service packs it a must. Since you mentioned you had the details pane, I assumed you have all the updates in place.  
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After installing the updates and service packs, the Details pane came back.
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