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N.T. 4.0 server refuses to accept ras ca

By dellservicepro ·
Server=nt 4.0 service pack 3. One Netgear external isdn adaptor.

Client= windows 95 with upgrades, internal u.s. robotics sportster isdn, with latest software

Problem=After 6 to 8 log ins, server refuses to answer. User has admin rights, no time limits or workstation login limits. Originally tried usrobotics internal isdn adaptor at server, but replaced it with external netgear adaptor. At this point, server is loaded, but not overloaded with software, so whack and reload server softwareis out ofthe question. Single server environment with 7 local users on cat5 network.

HELP!!!!!!!!!

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by rindi1 In reply to N.T. 4.0 server refuses t ...

try downloading the routing and remote access services from the microsoft site, then install these instead of the original RAS Services coming with NT. We had a problem that the original RAS services tended to crash the server when somebody externaly logged in. With the update, things worked ok. Probably your problem will also be resolved with the update.

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You probably find an answer to your question.
you should close it.

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