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hi I am running a win 2003 domain and isa 2006 firewall and eventually I am going to update to win 2008 and possibly tmg.

I had a couple of hardware issues on 2 servers and as a result I had to re-install clean
isa 2006 sp1 but the issue I have after adding in my firewall policy manually as (usual) the following is that I cannot get internet access on any machine including via my 'isa' at least, although yes I can 'ping www.yahoo.co.uk' from my 'isa' & also prior to installing 'isa' I could also receive internet access:

- dns
- dhcp
- http

question 1.  im sure before when I installed isa 2006/sp1 and configured the above, the internet access was possible but now it is not, so as a result I checked the 'eventviewer' and no errors are showing at all and I also checked my master dc and no errors in the 'eventviewer' but for some reason it is running really slow!!!.  currently I have removed all machines from the domain and re-installing clean my master dc as 'resetting' my gpo's or creating new 'ou' did not make any difference.  does anyone have any ideas  and why are there no other updates detected for isa 2006  ?

note:  I have run: gpupdate /force on master dc & restarted 4 times and logged on 4 times & after that I have also run: gpudpate /force on isa 2006 and restarted 4 times & logged on 4 times just to make sure.

note:  this has never happened before, hence clean install but same issue, hence clean install of 'master dc'.
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I would only like to treat the very first part of your post.
Be aware TMG has ceased. When considering an upgrade to TMG I would strongly choose another solution.
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ok I will allocate points as 1st part of my question has been answered.  appreciated.
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