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SBS Connect to the Internet Wizard not working

Posted on 2010-09-16
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I click on Connect to the Internet and the configure screen comes up, after clicking Next the screen disappears and nothing happens.

After logging off and back on I get the Data Execution Prevention screen saying it has closed the program.

Any ideas why it is doing this?
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by:Alan Hardisty
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What Service Pack for SBS have you got Installed?
SBS SP1 broke DEP and caused this problem but SP2 seems to have fixed it.
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SP2

The wizard was working previously when I set the server up but I am having a few email/internet problems so I thought I'd run it again, but now it doesn't load....
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You may be better off simply turning of DEP completely and rebooting the server and then the Wizards should run unhindered.
I'm looking for an MS article about allowing DEP for that particular wizard.
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