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    server 2003 does not respond to Ping

    I have removed ISA2000 sp2 from the server but I still can't ping it.
    I needed to promote this as a DC following a ctastrophic failure of my main DC so I need full network functionality.
    I know that when it was an isa server this is set in the security that it does not respond to pings.
    So does any one know how I undo that security option now isa has been removed.
    Thanks in advance

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    I have not ever done this, but a quick google took me to this site, Configuring ISA Server for Incoming Ping Responses

    It might help.

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    This might souund simple and you may have already thought of this but...

    are you trying to ping with DNS name or IP address? If using DNS was your failed DC the only DNS server? If so, try pinging with the IP see if that works.

    Like I said this may be irrelivent but you never know

    Hope this helps,

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_nath View Post
    I have not ever done this, but a quick google took me to this site, Configuring ISA Server for Incoming Ping Responses

    It might help.
    That wont help as he has remove ISA.

    Do you have a firewall enabled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_nath View Post
    I have not ever done this, but a quick google took me to this site, Configuring ISA Server for Incoming Ping Responses

    It might help.
    Thanks for that but I had allready found that link. The problem is that I have removed isa but the restriction has remained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    That wont help as he has remove ISA.

    Do you have a firewall enabled?
    No but I think there is still a hold on it from the old isa software if I go in control panel firewall a pop appears saying that it can't as another program is running that might use NAT (ipnat.sys)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladedanny View Post
    This might souund simple and you may have already thought of this but...

    are you trying to ping with DNS name or IP address? If using DNS was your failed DC the only DNS server? If so, try pinging with the IP see if that works.

    Like I said this may be irrelivent but you never know

    Hope this helps,

    Dan
    Thanks but the name does get resolved and I have tried both anyway just get "no response"

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    Is there some part of it remaining as a service that hasn't been stopped/removed? I'd take a look there.

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    Have you tried a NETSH? reminder that it will reset the ip address on server, so you'll need to set it back.

    try in the command prompt:

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    netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

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    most likely a long winded approach but

    1. re install isa
    2. configure isa so the settings that would effect it in terms of not repsonding / blocking any traffic are disabled

    3. remove isa

    4. try again.

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    Thanks, tried the netsh cmd to no effect.
    I have just gone throught the event log from start up and very early on I gat the error
    ipnathlp event id 32009 stating that the firewall etc could not start possibly because RRAS is being used. This service is disabled on my server
    Last edited by ianniow; 22nd June 2009 at 08:59 AM.

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    Just to up date (I hate reading a thread that then end up with no conclusion)
    I started routing and remote access and everything works.
    So my dilema now is do I leave well alone or some how remove all the settings so that they allow me to disable RRA and allow the normal firewall to start

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    Have a look here TechNet and see if you can check the last bit manually.

    Michael

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