RE:isalist RE: isalist Strange thing

No , I didnt mean to say that the services stop automatically when you
do not have nay more access. ... .. If you check your monitoring
configurations.. you might have some events that are stopping your ISA
services.... check if by default there are any events that stop the ISA
service.

-----Original Message-----
From: Vanvelthoven, Danny [mailto:D.Vanvelthoven@xxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2001 5:00 PM
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Subject: [isalist] RE: isalist Strange thing


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Nope, not such things configured.  
FYI: services are not stopped when we have no more access.  we have to
stop
them ourself before restarting them.

Danny

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From: Muqeem Syed [mailto:Syed.Muqeem@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: vrijdag 23 november 2001 15:25
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Hi,
Ar eyou sure you have nto configured any packet filtering and such
things.. well for one thing ISA server can be confgigured to stop a
service or restart a service on occurence of a particular event... my
presumption is that is what is happening.. like maybe you have set up
form some kind of p;acket filtering and also instructed that on
occurence of that specific event the web proxy service or the firewall
service maybe stopped... this is one of the way that microsoft would
want ISA to work.. say in case a network intrusion was launched against
your network... then on detection the ISA services would be stopped,
thereby preventing more damamge, till you notice and take neccessary
steps and restart the service, now in your case it may be possible that
some irrelevant packets are being considered to be abnormal and the
services are being stopped. you can chekc for that from the
configuration policies or the alert policies i think .. not sure.. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Vanvelthoven, Danny [mailto:D.Vanvelthoven@xxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2001 4:19 PM
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Subject: isalist Strange thing


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Hi,

some strange thing over here.  Each few days we have to stop and start
our
ISA services because we loose all access to the outside world.
ISA is installed on 2* PIII 800, 1GB RAM, Windows 2000 Server.  All the
clients (50) are secure NAT clients.
All hotfixes are applied (Win2k and ISA)

Anyone has an idea ??


Danny Vanvelthoven


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