Re: Internet Explorer cannot access HTTP protocols when Mozilla can on the same box

Care to share your ISAInfo?
http://isatools.org/isainfo.ex_
Also, what does the ISA web proxy log contain for those attempts?

  Jim Harrison
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On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 16:07:06 -0400
 "Chris Addicks" <caddicks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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I have a very strange problem, that seems to have even Microsoft
stumped.  I have a Windows 2000 server running in my network behind an
ISA 2000 server.  The server has SQL2000 and IIS running on it and its
website is published through the firewall using SSL (the certificate is
on the ISA server)
 
So much for the background, now the problem.  We are modifying the
website and were trying to access the internet from the server using
HTTP and things just weren't working.  So I tried to open Microsoft's
website and discovered that I could not access the internet using IE6
either.  I did all the usual checks for proxy settings, permissions, ISA
protocol rules, site rules, etc.  I even called Microsoft and ponied up
the $245 for a support call.  They had me check again all the things I
had already checked with no luck.  This was yesterday, and I still
haven't heard back from them.  The published website is still working,
although I have it down due to the changes we are trying to make.
 
The strange thing is that IE6 can access ftp sites using the ftp
protocol.  I can also ping internal and external sites, either by name
or IP.  So, I downloaded Mozilla, and it CAN access http sites, although
it is always prompting for user credentials.  I tried reloading IE6, but
that did not help.
 
So now guys, I am looking for help.  Any ideas?
 
Chris
 

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