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  • ISA 2006 Remote Monitoring

    I have an issue with monitoring my ISA 2006 logs remotely. No logs! I followed the directions for installing the management component on a remote client. Worked fine with no errors or problems. I can modify all aspects of the firewall. It just won't display any logs when running a query. Checking the actual server shows plenty of log activity going on. Totally stumped. Turned off the client firewall just in case. Still no joy. No errors in the client or server logs. No denials from my client to the firewall either. Mystery.

    Any ideas?

    ISA 2006 2-leg configuration on a Windows 2003 server. It is a Domain member on a SBS 2003 R2 domain. All GIG network internally. Client is an XP SP2 box. ISA Server has 2GB memory. Free memory is at 1.2GB. CPU load under 20%. Network load less then 1% internally. ISA Server has been tightened using the security configuration wizard. Latest patches and updates applied across all systems.

    I have not seen this issue discussed anywhere... MS, Google, here...

    Any ideas anyone?
    David Casey CISSP/CISM/SnortCP | Sr. Security Analyst | SBS 2003 R2 | ISA 2006

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    Re: ISA 2006 Remote Monitoring

    Did you add the computer to the built-in Remote Management Computers set?
    Have you checked the system policies within ISA server?
    Did it work before you applied the Security Configuration Wizard?
    Have you checked the audit logs and the ISA server Logging if anything is denied?

    To be sure, did you followed this procedure to harden the ISA server computer?
    http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/W...-Firewall.html
    Marcel
    Technical Consultant
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