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Microsoft Forefront Threat Gateway 2010

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Hi all,
I have reallly trouble with Microsoft FTG 2010. I can't configure it, when trying to access the management I got following error: 0x80072020 - An operation error occured.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Mike
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Please check TMG services if they are started ...
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The issue has been solved. FTMG firewall was installed on d drive (connected via iscsi), after restart due to restrictive firewall this d drive was always disconnected, so FTMG couldn't start correcly. The installation on c: solved this issue
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