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Hello experts,

I have three HP ProLiant DL140 G3 servers. I have successfully setup Windows 2008 R2 Active directory with Exchange 2010 on the first server.

For both other servers, when trying to setup TMG 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2, or when trying to setup the SP1 of ISA 2006 on Windows Server 2003, I am getting a blue screen ( Memory dump ). This occurs in the latest setup steps of ISA or TMG.

Do you have any suggestion?
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Never even heard of that server model until today - I assume all of its firmware revisions and drivers are the latest that it will support?
So if you installed a 32-bit OS such as 2003, ISA installs OK but then blue screens when you try and install the SP1? Did you install all the ms updates including the ISA 2006 supportability update BEFORE trying to install SP1 of ISA2006?
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Thank you.

I have updated bios firmware, setup an IPv6 address, and then succeeded in installing TMG 2010 on Server 2008 R2
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Excellent - glad to hear it :)
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