Forefront Threat

Posted on 2012-09-06
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Last Modified: 2012-11-11
I am getting Error 502 and 12015 when trying to access FTP sites via Forefront Threat Management Gateway.

Cannot figure out why.
Question by:sifenwick2005
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by:Keith Alabaster
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Nor can we unless you give some proper information.

Forefront fully rolled up and patched? Version of TMG?
Ever worked? Never worked?
FTP client or through browser?
All sites? Only some sites?
Sites that need authentication?
All users? Admins? Just one user failing?

All client machines? Just non-domain devices failing?

We can help - but not until you have helped yourself by providing info we can work with

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sifenwick2005 earned 0 total points
ID: 38575050
Fixed it

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ID: 38588268
Found it myself

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