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Cisco ASA Disconnects after 90 seconds

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When connecting to our internal SQL reports site, reports that take longer than 90 seconds are prompting for authentication.  Other reports that run quicker than 90 seconds run fine.  We have windows integrated authentication selected on this internal SQL reporting server.  If I run the same report while logged into the SQL server it runs to completion.  If I run the report on a server on the same side of the ASA it also completes.  We are using an ASA 5510 and the server is 2003 with SQL 2008.
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try disabling inspect sqlnet and see if that helps
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We found out it was the CSC scanning modules causing the issue.  As soon as we disable HTTP scanning on the module the problem stops.  Thanks and I'll close this question.
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As we continued to troubleshoot the problem we discovered the solution.
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