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    Hi ,

    We are using the windows 2003 Server and ISA 2004 Std edition is installed on it. Now While trying to join 2 win xp systems in a domain , its giving me a error RPC Service not available. So do i need to make a rule to pass the RPC traffic in between client and server system

    I do have DC and ISA on a same server and having only one Ethernet Adapter installed , also i have made the rule about allow all traffic between all client network and server . Even though i am getting same error...Do i need to make a separate rules for this ...

    Also i have made changes in group policy so that no user can make changes in network properties but its not applying to the client ...when i am making a user a domain admin in that pc...so how to check that my gpo is successfully applied to the client machine or not...


    Please help...Thanks..

  • #2
    Re: RPC Service not available

    ISA on a DC is not a recommended setup unless you are running SBS 2003 Premium.

    Personally I think running ISA single NIC is a complete waste of time and money, it's much better as a firewall/proxy rather than a reverse proxy only.

    Anyway, the simplest way to find out if ISA is the issue is to run a monitor on the ISA Server whilst trying to connect the machines to the domain. If protocols are being blocked you will see it there and can adjust the ISA rules accordingly.
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    • #3
      Re: RPC Service not available

      Hello,

      Actually due to some resource availability issue , i have installed ISA 2004 installed on the same domain controller. Now i have installed w2k3 with sp2 and ISA 2004 Std edition with sp3 installed ...and while try to join the xp system in a domain i am getting this error...

      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911799

      Now for solving this error...i tried this...
      http://technet.microsoft.com/hi-in/l...us%29.aspx#EIF

      but i am getting the same message...now i have allow all rpc traffic from firewall policy...even though i am getting same error...

      please help ...i am really required a solution ...please please help...

      Thanks....

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      • #4
        Re: RPC Service not available

        Hi Kathy,

        What are you using ISA for exactly? Inbound traffic or outbound traffic?
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        • #5
          Re: RPC Service not available

          Hi ,

          I am using W2k3 Server and ISA 2004 Std Edition , Now we are using it for blocking sites and getting a nice reporting about this...

          Actually due to some lack of resources , i have installed ISA on a DC and with one Ethernet card..now i am stuck while joining xp system to the DC..i am getting error , Remote Procedure call failure ...so please guide me how to allow RPC traffic so that my clinet system will be able to join the domain...

          Thanks....

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          • #6
            Re: RPC Service not available

            is this the first problem like this you'v had since installing ISA?
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            • #7
              Re: RPC Service not available

              Hi ,

              Actually i solved some of the issue about sending a mails from ISA , but this issue is quite critical so please help me to solve...

              while searching i come to know about disabling the rpc filtering...and i come to know about this site...can you please guide me where can i find this option in my isa...please help ....

              http://techrepublic.com.com/i/tr/cms...ol;articleText

              Thanks,

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