tracert, and it stopped at 18.104.22.168. Anyway, at this point I decided it must be a problem with our ISA server, but I can't for the life of me figure out what's going on. Any ideas? Keith65Have you installed the firewall client on this machine? Matt Gibson - GSECMatt, To be honest, I'm not sure. Windows firewall is on hte machine (in Control Panel), although I don't recall explicitly installing it. Is the firewall client installed when I connect to the server? Anyway, I am unable to disable Windows firewall. Does this info help? Keith65The windows firewall, and the ISA firewall client are two different things. go to \\servername\mspclnt and install the firewall client from there. Matt Gibson - GSECMatt, Thank you so much! I feel kind of stupid
get a message saying the following: "Unable to display the folder. Microsoft Office Outlook could not access the specified folder location. " The archive file actually exist. Now what am i supposed to do? I'm totally lost. I'd appreciate any help please. Divid.Are you using SBS? Even if you are, if you aren't using Exchange, this really should be posted in microsoft.public.outlook. Mention what happened just before you saw this error, and whether you've run scanpst.exe (the Inbox Repair tool) against a copy of the PST file. That said - if you *are* using SBS, why aren't you using Exchange? PST files are da debbil and are best avoided .I don't use them even for archive. It's on the server in the databases, or it'
For some reason, all of the sudden all the mobile PDA clients are unable to access the Exchange server. An example of one of the logs on a TREO600 simply says: “Lost network connection" Any Ideas?if they are accessing your Exchange via POP3 or IMAP4, have you checked to make sure the appropriate service is running? Anything ion the event logs?Nothing in the logs. Exchange POP3 and IMAP4 are both running. Aren't those the only ones that need to be for POP and IMAP access?
m missing something simple) I have installed a new ADSL Modem/Router at one of our customers sites & then proceeded to forward all traffic to the DMZ on 192.168.1.100 (Server IP address) The server is SBS 2003 with 2 network cards & if I do it this way I can access remote desktop, remote outlook & experience no problems at all. However if I do not use the DMZ & just do port forwarding via the router to the server I can not access any of the remote features even though I have opened the correct ports I.E. TCP ports, 443, 444, 1723 Can anyone provide the specific ports that SBS needs so that the users can access remotely without me having to forward everything to the DMZ Many thanks in advance for your assistanceThe one you want for RWW is 4125, and the one you don
if there was anything anyone could point me at since the logs don't seem to show anything being wrong, or even point at anything. If more details about the setup are needed I would be glad to provide them. OberonixHi Oberonix, Thank you for posting in SBS newsgroup. are unable to access SBS after uninstalling exchange and you also have renamed the SBS. If I have misunderstood your concerns, please do not hesitate to let me know. We do not support renaming the SBS server actually. Due to the complexity of this issue, we are unable to assist with this request in newsgroup. To save your time, you may need to contact CSS for better support. A suggestion would be to contact Microsoft Product Support Services via telephone so that a dedicated Support Professional can assist with
anyone suggest first steps for troubleshooting? Thx!Aloha rfIPS, His laptop could log in before? See if this helps: http://eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=40961&eventno=1398&source=LsaSrv&phase=1 -Ben- Ben M. Schorr - MVP http://www.rolandschorr.com Microsoft OneNote FAQ: http://www.factplace.com/onenotefaq.htmPlease note that I am reposting my question because my issue has changed a bit.Aloha to you as well! Yes, he could log on before. Maybe one thing that is relevant? that I left out before is that we had to reboot our server in the office. Around the same time, this user mentioned he began to have troubles from home, too. It doesn't explain why his desktop is still able to access remotely, though. I will take a look at the link you sent. Thx.
installing it, i tested the VPN remotely from my office and everything worked fine. She is now on the road and trying to connect back. The connection is established and an IP is given, but she's unable to access resources on the server. The problem, I believe, is that the remote network she's connecting through hands out IPs on the 192.168.1.0 subnet. The DHCP server on the network she's VPNing to is also handing out IPs on the 192.168.1.0 subnet. Assuming my conclusion is correct (IP routing problem), is there a way to change the IPs handed out to VPN clients to a subnet other than the one the server resides on? i.e. the server is on 192.168.1.0, can 192.168.2.0 be given to VPN clients? Will this solve the problem? I know I can change the address scheme of her office
not enough free disk space" althhough I have more than 10 gb available. I could save onto it before and I am sure it must just be a limit set somewhere for my username. Can you please advise. RRobert, Take a look at the Disk Quotas by right clicking on the drive in My Computer and selecting Properties. Then click on the Quota tab. Might want to then click on the Quota Enties button to see a list of users and the amount of space they are using and their quotas. -- Hope that helps, David Copeland Microsoft Small Business Server Support This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. SBS Newsgroups: SBS v4.x: microsoft.public.backoffice.smallbiz SBS 2000: microsoft.public.backoffice.smallbiz2000 SBS 2003: microsoft.public
server. I have spent most of the past 2 days being transferred from person to person (at least 8 people) at Dell tech suppport - all of whom have been unable to give any support. l'm probably just missing something simple (or maybe not) in trying to set this up and get internet access and e-mail without losing our local connections. Please, if anyone can offer any suggestions I would more than greatly appreciate it as I am thinking of asking to Switch. The local domain seems to be working fine as the Server communicates with all 3 desktops and the server and desktops are each available on each desktop. Printer sharing is also working perfectly. I am able to ping the server, desktops and router and get a reply. But no matter how I try to set up the internet connection,
we get the error message 'Unable to open the free/busy information'. Would appreciate any clues as to what might be causing this. JamesYou might try running OL once from the Start | Run line with the /cleanfreebusy switch - you need to browse to the full path of outlook.exe and place a space, and the switch, after the last double quote.Hi Lanwench Thank you for your response, unfortunately I havent the faintest clue what you are talking about :-( Would you please explain what should I be entering in the Start |Run line? And what is OL? Jamessorry Browse to the full path of outlook.exe. Outlook.Thank you for this, Which client would this need to be done on the affected user's computer, or on the computers trying to access the affected user's
2003 Standard server, when I attempt to browse Windows Network, I get an error "There are no Windows 2000 or Windows XP Machines". I noticed this because I was attempting to install NAV Corp. 9.0 via NT ClientI'm presuming that you -do have- win 2k and/or XP workstations as part of the domain, connected and authenticating, not just Workgroup members ( ..he says quizzically ) Are you using TCP/IP as the network Protocol ?Yes, I guess I didn't clarify that All are Windows XP machines that are members of the domain, and part of the AD. TCP/IP is the only protocol being used on network. One other thing I did not make clear is that this error message is coming from Symantec Antivirus when I try to deploy antivirus client via NT Client Install through
to add users and computers to the domain and I am able to login from client workstations. The trouble started when I tried to install SQL Server. When I insert the SBS installation disc and click on Set Up Windows Small Business Server, I get an error message saying "Unable to Access the Active Directory". When I tried running adprep /forestprep I got another error: "Adprep was unable to check the current user's group membership. [Status/Consequence] Adprep has stopped without making changes. [User Action] Verify the current logged on during installation when the operating system has been installed and the user is returned to the desktop. Some Enterprise IT Pros have been tempted to pause here and tweak the operating system before they install the rest of Windows
as my own internal SBS server) are now unable to gain access to Companyweb when connecting via RWW (server and client desktop connectivity remains unaffected). So far I've seen this with three of my sites (plus my own), and I'm wondering if it might be due to a recent Windows security update applied to these SBS servers. One of these servers is running SBS Standard w/SP1, the other two are SBS Premium (SP1 not installed on these servers yet). When trying to access Companyweb, the error message is simply "the page cannot be displayed." This occurs for all users, including administrators. The problem persists even when connecting internally thru RWW (that is, Companyweb remains inaccessible, but you can still connect to server and client desktops).Hello Terry
Brandan DobbsHello Brandan, Thank you for posting here. According to your description, I understand that you unable to access \\SBSname. If I have misunderstood the problem, please don't hesitate to let me know. Based on my research, I suggest we try the following steps to see if we can resolve this issue: 1. Please rerun the CEICW to make sure your SBS 2003 server have right network configuration. Go through the follow KB and rerun CEICW carefully. How to configure Internet access in Windows Small Business Server 2003 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/825763/en-us Detailed steps for your reference: a. On the SBS 2003 Server open the Server Management console. Go to Standard Management\To Do List. b. Click the "Connect to the Internet" link. c. When
worked fine. Suddenly I was unable to access the server or any desktops using Remote Desktop when logged in remotely to the Remote Web Workplace. Also noticed that acces to the CompanyWeb site gave an error. The server is the standard edition with one NIC and a hardware router. Ports 443, 444 and 4125 are forwarded to the SBS server. Like I said earlier, it all worked in the beginning. No updates have been installed since it worked. I have run the CEICW and reconfigured numerous times. I have created a virtual SMTP server on port 4125 and it shows as open when scanned as does port 444. I can logon to any machine internally and connect to "https://sbsserver/remote" and all works. I can logon to "https://publicdomain/remote" and access OWA, but not CompanyWeb or
allows an authenticated user out.I found the problem, after reviewing the logs I was able to determine that we are trying to connect to 22.214.171.124, so I tried pinging it and was unable to. I checked the subnet on the adapter and guess what I found, the subnet is 255.0.0.0 Do I need to say anymore. Thanks for all your help!!! nothing special the site ? (exactly) (attempt). blocking it. needed to access the certificate you first site ? workstation, right? zone in IE ? there is a default one implement are When scid=kb;en- integrated server with andnope!OK, I have studied up on how to implement a script. I now need to find out what port the site is trying to use. Is there a simple way to do that? This is really bothering me; How do I expose whats different about my customers
Hi, I am setting up VPN with SBS 2003 premium ISA 2004. I have selected to use DHCP. All options appear to be selected. I have an Event 20169. RemoteAccess (Server) unable to connect to DHCP will use APIPA range and dialup client will be unable to access network resources. Has anyone got any clues? TIA DougAny help here Doug http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=20169&eventno=25&source=RemoteAccess&phase=1Hi Merv, Yes and no. It got me thinking and I checked the binding of the DHCP server and it was only bound to the internal LAN adapter. When I included the external adapter and restarted services it came good with 5 allocated addresses for RAS! So all is well. Thanks for your input Doug
would be greatly apprecaited. RichIs File Sharing turned on (checkmarked) in the Properties of the workstation NIC?Merv, Yes the workstations do have file sharing enable and the problem is only with all the XP workstations. Also the windows firewall disable via a global policy. I can browse the network and see other workstations's shared folder but anything from the server does not show. Connectivity to the server is available. RichMerv, It seem that the problem come from using the name instead of the IP. When I use \\server1 I don't see the shares but when I use \\192.168.1.1 I can access the folders. Is this DNS issue? RichYes, most likely a DNS error. Please post an ipconfig /all for the server and a workstation. Is the router handling DHCP
Hi. Whenever I add a computer to the network, it's always the same process. I'm attempting to add a new computer to the Symantec AV list and it says, "Unable to detect the standard networkd share, ADMIN$, on (that's the computer name). I've never seen this. I installed SP1 last weekend that is the only thing tha thas changed. Any ideas? Bryce.I answered this myself. Sorry for the itchy trigger finger. It was that silly firewall that SP2 turns on. Sorry.
up Internet Explorer, click Tools, and then click Internet Options. 2. On the Security tab, click "Local Intranet" icon and then click "Customize Level" button to set Security level as "Medium-low" or "Low" and click "reset" button to take effect the configuration. 3. Input URL: http://servername/Monitoring to test, how about the result? Please note: the user account you used to access the http://servername/monitoring must be a member of Usage Report users group. If the issue persists, please try to logon the SBS server box with domain admin user account and then access the monitoring site, can you access it successfully? If not, please tell me the exact error message or catch a screen shot
Premium SP2. ==================== Most of our staff are setup as User's in the Domain; however, there is a need for some of them to be listed as Power User's on the local machine (for example, our new Office Manager was unable to access Quickbooks on her computer until I added her to the local machines Power User group. Had to manually do this.) Is there a way to set this from the server via script, GPO, or something else?Two points off for apostrophe foul! See the note at the bottom for specific info here. Yes .you can set up a computer startup script & assign it via GPO, which adds specific domain groups to the local workstation groups. When I set up a network, I create AD security groups called LocalAdmin and LocalPowerUser. [There's already a
I have been troublehooting this problem for 2 days. Using a mail client I am unable to connect to get mail using POP3. I have gone throught steps of troubleshooting POP3 and here is what I have found when I telnet to port 110 I can telnet to maildomain on port 110 and get a ready I can type in ANY username I get an OK (whether the account exists or not) When I type in a password (right or wrong) I get the error -ERR Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password. The POP3 Virtual Server is running. There are no errors in the event logs. When I turn on POP3 logging the only information that I get is what I see in the telnet terminal window. What am I missing?First I'd recommend not even using POP3 but RPC over HTTP which is Very Nice.. After getting through that
, 2 NIC, ISA 2004 SP2 standard config. We are unable to access our externally hosted extranet at extranet.companyA.co.uk. Our SBS system gets SMTP mail for comanyA.co.uk. tracert to extranet.companyA.co.uk works from anywhere fine, but from behind ISA2004. We get destination host unreachable or request time out. HELP ! TIA Gary DWhat is the internal name of the active directory domain?Internal domain is broadsword.local. I have connected a laptop directly to the router (in place of the second NIC) and i can access the site. If it is of any use : If i run tracert to extranet.broadsworduk.co.uk I get "destination host unreachable". tracert to ANYWHERE else is OK.internal FQDN broadsword.localDoes a ping to the name resolve to an ip?there was a rule in ISA causing
here but I was unable to locate so please accept apology in advance Problem I currently have, I have moved the SBS 2003 server from one office to another, no major changes to network, PC's or server, apart from the IP address changing on the router Now this is my dilemma, I attached the server to a BT HGV2700 router (which BT provided) instead of a linksys, I am now finding that I am unable to access any of the remote services (outlook, remote desktop etc) To remedy this problem I changed the settings in the router so that the server is set as the DMZ, rebooted the router & the server, still no remote access Undid the above action, then tried forwarding the relevant ports to the server, then rebooting the router, then the server, still no remote access. Have also run
Share May Be Lost http://support.microsoft.com/?id=297684 If the issue is not resolved, please help answer some questions for further troubleshooting: 1. What do you mean by "unable to access any resources on the NAS"? Can you see the mapped drive then? What is the error message while trying to access the resources on the NAS? 2. Can you ping the IP address while you can not access the NAS? 3. Can you re-map the resource in NAS as the network drive 4. Map a shared folder on the server as a network drive on the client PC, will the issue occur on this mapped drive? If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to let me know. It's my pleasure to be of assistance. Jerry Zhao (MSFT) Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support Get Secure! - www
my knowledge(!) they had a company come in and install a specialist application on the server!. This is then distributed to the workstations too, but you can (and, according to this company, they need to) run the app from the server desktop. The app was installed using administrator login. The app company need remote access to: a) the app on the server b) any of the workstations running it They wanted to use PCAnywhere on server and w/s but I said NO! My problem is that I do need to provide them with access, but do not want to assign administrator rights to them for the server. I have pursuaded them that they should vpn in to the server, but any suggestions of where we go from there would be MUCH appreciated. RichardSeems to me you do not have much choice or say in the matter