Neither active or Passive works, tried following a MS article on this
(Changing folder views for FTP etc) but no joy. Tried setting a Site and
Content rule and Protocol rule for the Mac's but no joy....... I can now
access FTP with the PC's, although certain program updates still wont
function. (i.e. Adobe Photoshop, check for updates fails, but Windowsupdate
> Does both active and passive FTP not function?
> Oliver Sommer
> Anleitungen und News zum SBS unter:
> > Sorry Mariette,
> > Just to clarify, the Win2k clients have the firewall client installed
> > but the Macs do not. (I am not sure you can install the firewall
> > client on a Mac.....can you??)
> > Cheers
> > Terry
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I have an SBS2003 server, windows2000 clients and Mac clients. SBS
> >>> server has 2 Nics and runs ISA. It also has a netscreen firewall
> >>> which also has a VPN channel to another office.
> >>> The problem I have is that no-one in the main office (Mac or Windows
> >>> client) can access outside FTP sites to download files.
> >>> The other office runs server 2003 and also has a netscreen firewall.
> >>> This does NOT run ISA. The other ofice can access outside FTP sites
> >>> to download files no problem.
> >>> The Netscreen setup is identical both sides which leads me to
> >>> believe that the problem lies either in the multihome of the server
> >>> or in the ISA config.
> >> Do the clients have the Firewall client installed? You should install
> >> this from \\Servername\mspclnt
> >> --
> >> Mari?tte Knap - MVP
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