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Small business server 2003 no incoming connections no rdp

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Hello experts,

I have a small business server 2003 R2 installation on a dell poweredge t110

Recently installed SP2 and not right after but shortly after I'm unable to ping, rdp, browse shares etc.

However from the SBS console I can browse the network, ping, download updates etc.

There is no firewall on this machine. No ISA.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948496/  with no luck.

Thanks for any help!
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"There is no firewall on this machine. No ISA"
question :just to double check is windows firewall disabled..
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Yes it is disabled.
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Closing question as I've reverted to a backup.
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