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How can I change the FPCConnectionLimit in ISA Server 2006

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Hello,

We are running ISA 2006.  We are having trouble with one of our locations being able to get access to our sites and we believe they may be hitting a max tcp connection from a single IP setting in ISA 2006.

How can I change the FPCConnectionLimit in ISA?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb407335.aspx

Thank you.
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Thats a pretty awesome answer...  I like it!

Is there any way to whitelist an IP address?

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Not to whitelist but to except.

"Custom settings" inside each button is applied to IP exceptions. just add the IP address you want to exceptions IPs list and change el custom setting .

Glad to help...
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