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By jschaeffer ·
A couple week ago, a user installed AOL 6.0 on his company Compaq Armada 1700 with windows 95. When he came back to work and logged onto the network. He was successful logging in. However, he could not read or send e-mail thru exchange server 5.5,nor could he access the internet thru proxy server 2.0. I unistalled AOL and reinstalled the proxy server client. Yet, the problem continued.

The OS of the server is Mircrosoft Back Office Small business Server 4.5 (NT 4.0 SP4, exchange server 5.5, and proxy server 2.0). We are using TCP/IP protol.

I would appreciate any and all ideas to fix the problem. Other wise I will use the quick restore CD.

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by Stillatit In reply to Proxy/Exchage not seen by ...

Look in Add/Remove programs for an entry that is something like "Restore winsock 1.2" and do that uninstall. This worked for one of my users. I do not have all the details, but give it a try. (If you are going to knock back to the restore CD, it cannot hurt.)

Good luck.

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by isogo In reply to Proxy/Exchage not seen by ...

Hi

I have been having the same problem - but with ICQ and the likes, and also with playing Internet games out of the network (Specially UNREAL TOURNAMENT).

I am running MS Proxy 2 on a Windows 2000 OS.

I have told by installing the client prtion on the Workstations (Win 9 it will solve the problem, but it does not seem to be working.

Has anyone found an answere yet?

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