Error on my ISA server 2K3 Windows server what does the mean ? how can I fix

An inconsistency in the Network Load Balancing (NLB) configuration may result in inconsistent handling of traffic between the Internal network and the GMA (VLAN 505) network. When a network rule specifying a route relationship is defined between two networks, NLB must be enabled (or disabled) on both networks. To enable NLB for IPsec remote site networks, enable NLB on the network containing the local tunnel endpoint. To enable NLB for VPN site-to-site and VPN client networks, enable NLB on the selected access networks. Alternatively, for the VPN Client network, you can designate a router for routing traffic according to the static address pool.

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Greg BessoIT Solutions EngineerCommented:
To get more info, what is this server being used for? It appears that the NLB was at one point configured. So, depending on what you are using the server for, we could suggest certain configuration changes such as disabling NLB, etc.

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NAMEWITHELD12Author Commented:
The server are used for outbound access to the internet , the servers fail periodically, I am still new to this issue , it seems that internet access failed and only the GENC-ISA03 server was rebooted to bring it back on line , so I am guessing that it is not configured for failover or the failover is not working . I want to look at the config in detail but don’t know anything about ISA anything  you could tell me would be helpful ,more info soon?
Thanks for your help!!!!!
Greg BessoIT Solutions EngineerCommented:
To clarify, do you have only one ISA server, or multiple servers configured in an array?
NAMEWITHELD12Author Commented:
sorry been sidetracked , it is 5 of them 2 for inbound and 2 for outbound and one spare or "cofiguration" I am still trying to sort out the structure
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