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can't connect to a sql database from an ISA server

I am testing some reporting software (GFI Webmonitor) on an ISA 2004 server and I have created a new database on our sql server but for some reason I cannot connect to it.  I can connect to the sql server from any other computer, just not the ISA 2004 server.  I created a rule but that didn't make any difference.
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gilmanschool
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Raja Jegan RSQL Server DBA & ArchitectCommented:
Kindly post the error you encounter to help you out better..

Also kindly confirm / let me know

1. How you try to connect to that database either using SSMS or the application
2. Check the credentials that are used to connect the database..
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deepajannuCommented:
What connection type you have used to connect to the database?
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gilmanschoolAuthor Commented:
I'm just trying to telnet to it on port 1433.   Not using any credentials at that point.   When done from any other machine that isn't an ISA server I get a black screen which the software tech people tell me is what you're supposed to get.  From an ISA server I get:


C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.GILNET>telnet millennium 1433
Connecting To millennium...Could not open connection to the host, on port 1433:
Connect failed
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
I am 99.9% sure that the telnet protocol is not sanctioned on the ISA server.  Enable telnet and it's associated port (23) on the ISA server's exception list.
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gilmanschoolAuthor Commented:
The original ISA rule i created wasn't 100% correct.    I had the rule allowing traffic to the sql database server specifically.  When I changed it to "internal" it worked.
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BigBlueManCommented:
Hi, Can you tell me what the ISA rule you created was please?
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