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    Si_Pe
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    in reply to: Help with SSL’s #278256

    Re: Help with SSL’s

    Thanks for your help!

    Our example email address is [email protected]

    so I need to put @g-l.co.uk on the form?

    Is the link ok for the certificate I need?

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Fix OWA virtual directories #278255

    Re: Fix OWA virtual directories

    Hello,

    I have sorted it thanks!

    I installed the IIS 6 resource kit on another machine and copied the Metabase explorer to the 2000 machine and I was able to remove the DS2MB Key.

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Adding a second exchange server 2003 #278254

    Re: Adding a second exchange server 2003

    Thanks for your time to reply.

    I will have a good read through.

    Many thanks,
    Simonm

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    in reply to: Exchange Mail on an iPad #278253

    Re: Exchange Mail on an iPad

    Is it just a case of enabling the user for activesync in AD?

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Exchange Mail on an iPad #278252

    Re: Exchange Mail on an iPad

    Ossian;250823 wrote:
    Buy Public Certificate ($80 per year or less) — http://www.godaddy.com or http://www.certificatesforexchange.com
    Install on Exchange Server
    iPad will recognise it

    Thanks for your help!

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    in reply to: Exchange Mail on an iPad #278251

    Re: Exchange Mail on an iPad

    Thank you!

    Our OWA doesn’t seem very happy at the moment. I need to troubleshoot why it isn’t working. Any tips on this? I think it’s an IIS issue and needs to be re setup.

    How do I go about getting a certificate setup for the ipad side?

    Many thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Systate Backup issue – Registry Permissions #278250

    Re: Systate Backup issue – Registry Permissions

    Hello,

    I assume you posted the above in the wrong thread?

    Cheers,
    Si

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    in reply to: Session Limit Help #278249

    Re: Session Limit Help

    All sorted!

    The blo*dy RDP app was connecting to the console everytime, there was no option to switch console off.

    I have found a better app and it’s working like a charm!

    Many thanks!

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    in reply to: Session Limit Help #278248

    Re: Session Limit Help

    I have looked at this http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771694(WS.10).aspx and I have added another network card and created a new connection but it will still only allow me two sessions coming in?

    Anyone got any help for me?

    Many thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278247

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Thank you!

    Do you think it could be just related to a single store?

    Cheers,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278246

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Hi,

    Thanks, no i haven’t tried to remove and re create the SMTP connector but that does seem to be the issue.

    Not everyone is getting them which is strange, I am wondering if its people on one store as not everyone is having the issue.

    I will have a look tonight and get back to you with my findings.

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278245

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    It is odd…

    We only use the one connector, yes.

    Cheers,
    Si

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278244

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Virtual;241408 wrote:
    You can use MXtoolbox to look at the PTR and SPF as well. There are tools that do that. It may be that an SPF record doesn;t exist. If it does, you need to make sure it references the correct external IPs. Some will allow any IPs listed as a host or MX record to send email as the domain name.

    Thanks.

    I have just done an Spf test and it says there isn’t one for our domain?

    Si

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278243

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Hi,

    The tests on the mx records all came back ok, but the exchange connectivity test passed with one warning which was “Attempting to find the SPF record using a DNS TEXT record query.
    ExRCA wasn’t able to find the SPF record”

    We are getting this to local address as well…

    Cheers,
    Si

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278242

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Thank you!

    I will check the links out!

    Regards,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Strange Issue Sending Email #278241

    Re: Strange Issue Sending Email

    Sembee;241364 wrote:
    Primary reason for those kinds of messages is that you have an MX record that is pointing to another server, which doesn’t recognise the user.

    The NDR means what it says – it means the server the message was delivered to doesn’t recognise the recipient. What it does NOT mean is the message was delivered to the correct server.

    Simon.

    Thanks for the reply Simon!

    Its odd as nothing has changed but we have started to get these more and more, but if you resend it is fine.

    How do I go about troubleshooting it and fixing it?

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278240

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    gforceindustries;233787 wrote:
    It must be like rebooting 3 times when the website is down :mrgreen:

    Glad you were able to get it working in the end – lets hope it was a fluke and you’re over the problems now.

    As an aside, I’d advise updating your NIC drivers, particularly if it’s a Broadcom chip *. Can’t imagine why a driver issue would stop your machine seeing certain user accounts in AD, but it could potentially cause gpupdate to possibly not work correctly. Although that should give you an error message…

    * I’ve spent my morning wrestling with a Broadcom controller and have now taken it out of the machine and stamped on it. As has everyone else in the department. And ordered a nice Intel card to replace it :)

    Funny you should mention the broadcom! There was a driver update that I done on the problem machine today just before the final gpupdate….. Maybe it was part of the problem!

    Thanks again!

    Si

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278239

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    I have just logged in!

    Tried another Gpupdate/force and logged in straight away! How very odd!

    Thanks for your suggestion!

    Si :beer:

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278238

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    gforceindustries;233782 wrote:
    Did you run gpupdate?

    FYI, unless it is not the case with a Windows 2000 domain (which I’m unable to test), you don’t need to specify the domain when logging in to Windows 7 (or Vista) if you’re logging on to the domain to which the machine is joined. If you want to logon as a local user account or to another domain, then yes you would need to include the domain (or computer) name,

    Hi,

    The problem still exists after a gpupdate and a restart…….

    Anything else I can try?

    Thanks,
    Si

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278237

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    gforceindustries;233782 wrote:
    Did you run gpupdate?

    FYI, unless it is not the case with a Windows 2000 domain (which I’m unable to test), you don’t need to specify the domain when logging in to Windows 7 (or Vista) if you’re logging on to the domain to which the machine is joined. If you want to logon as a local user account or to another domain, then yes you would need to include the domain (or computer) name,

    Good info thanks!

    I have ran Gpupdate I am just in the middle of removing the Hp crap so will give it another shot shortly!

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278236

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    gforceindustries;233775 wrote:
    Can you confirm that you have tried both

    Code:
    username

    and

    Code:
    DOMAINNAMEusername

    where DOMAINNAME is the single-label representation of your FQDN. So if your AD domain is mycompany.local, DOMAINNAME would probably be mycompany.

    When logged in as the domain administrator, have a look at the event logs and see if there are any issues highlighted.

    Run gpupdate /force as the administrator to force the computer to get the current security policies from the network.

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply!

    I have always logged on with Domainusername with windows 7

    There are no errors in the eventlog on the client or the domain controller… Its most odd.

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist #278235

    Re: Windows Security: The User Account does not exist

    Thanks for your tips guys!

    The @domain doesnt work either… I am trying to logon to the domain.

    I have tried to create new users with just the default groups and I still can’t get logged on.

    Getting annoying now

    Cheers,
    Si

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278234

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    Dumber;231641 wrote:
    Glad it worked, but when you are going to migrate, move to TMG straight away.

    Edit: moved to General Security, since it belongs to a security product… well, “security”

    Will do!

    Thanks again!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278233

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    Rems;231634 wrote:
    try:

    Code:
    newRangeName = “SSL 444”
    newTunnelPort = CDbl(444)

    set isa=CreateObject(“FPC.Root”)

    Set isaArray = isa.GetContainingArray()
    Set tpRange = isaArray.ArrayPolicy.WebProxy.TunnelPortRanges

    set tmp = tprange.AddRange(newRangeName,newTunnelPort,newTunnelPort)

    tprange.Save

    Thanks,

    I had noticed I was missing a “set”

    Thanks for reply!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278232

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    I have fixed it, whoop Whoop!

    The script needed set in front of the tprange, not sure how I managed it as copied it from the MS document.

    set isa=CreateObject(“FPC.Root”)
    set tprange=isa.Arrays.GetContainingArray.ArrayPolicy.WebProxy.TunnelPortRanges
    set tmp=tprange.AddRange(“SSL 444”, 444, 444)
    tprange.Save

    It works a treat after restarting the ISA services.

    Thanks for your help!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278231

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    Hi,

    I have tried to run the script and have got the below error, could anyone help?

    ErrorISA.jpg

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278230

    Re: Help with script

    Wired;231565 wrote:
    Threads merged.

    Since that’s vBScript, copy that stuff, put into a text file, then rename the *.txt file to *.vbs file. Either double click it or run in a command window (the latter’s better in case an error pops up).

    Thanks for your help, I will post my results!

    Thanks for merging the thread too!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278229

    Help with script

    Hello all,

    I am trying to get a script to work to add a new SSL port into ISA 2000 but I cannot get it to work at all. Now I haven’t got the best knowledge when it comes to this sort of thing so wondered if someone could help me out?

    I have another post in the General network section but I hope I don’t get abused for posting again but I know know what I need to do but can’t get the script to work.

    Can someone help?

    The script I need to make is below.

    Code:
    set isa=CreateObject(“FPC.Root”)
    set tprange=isa.GetContainingArray.ArrayPolicy.WebProxy.TunnelPortRanges
    set tmp=tprange.AddRange(“SSL 444”, 444, 444)
    tprange.Save

    The ports I want to add are 444

    The above was taken from here – http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;283284

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278228

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    cruachan;231362 wrote:
    Fraid not, I know very little about ISA 2000. If it was 2004/6 or TMG I could help more. Dumber may be able to help though.

    Thanks for your help!

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    in reply to: Isa 2000 & SSL Port #278227

    Re: Isa 2000 & SSL Port

    Hi,

    I have tried the below link but can’t get the external thing to work. Should the link work for HTTPS as well as FTP?

    http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Install_and_Configure_FTP_Server_behind_ISA_Server_2000_with_unstandard_port.html

    Cheers,
    Si

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