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isa 2000 403 forbidden on xp only

Discussion in 'Networking' started by farhan2kf, Sep 6, 2006.

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    farhan2kf Thread Starter

    Sep 6, 2006

    I have isa 2000 on windows 2003 server every thing was working properly i changed in isa server name out going web reqest check on ask unauthenticated users for identification

    and then made rules for users to block access to certain sites.

    all working on windows 2000 pcs but when i checked on a system running xp sp2 it was not able to access the internet keep getting error 403 forbidden isa denies access to this url etc.

    also in session in isa it shows web session usernam and in firewall mode also username of while if someone is accessing from a 2000 system then it either says anonymous or domain/username like this if some one is coming from web proxy and if some one is coming from firewall mode then it says username.

    only this error i am getting on xp system the rest pcs on which 2000 is running did not give any error
    i have disabled all rules and allow net to all but still giving the same error so it got to be some other problem

    can anyone help me out what could be the problem.
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