Web sites won't start and can't access adapter properties


A

Allyn

We have a Win2K server that won't open adapter properties and hardware
manager or start the web sites (even though IIS is started) with a normal
startup. We receive an IPSec error "unable to allocate required resources"
and "RPC server isn't available" in the event viewer. However, in safe mode
we can access the network adapter, so we've uninstalled/reinstalled
networking, removed the adapter and reinstalled the adapter, ran chkdisk, and
uninstalled AV. However, we still can't get the web sites to start up or make
any connections to the server. We do have connectivity of sorts, as we can
ping and telnet to ports from the command prompt on the server. We're at a
loss and would appreciate any ideas. Thanks
 
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A

Ace Fekay [MCT]

Allyn said:
We have a Win2K server that won't open adapter properties and hardware
manager or start the web sites (even though IIS is started) with a normal
startup. We receive an IPSec error "unable to allocate required resources"
and "RPC server isn't available" in the event viewer. However, in safe
mode
we can access the network adapter, so we've uninstalled/reinstalled
networking, removed the adapter and reinstalled the adapter, ran chkdisk,
and
uninstalled AV. However, we still can't get the web sites to start up or
make
any connections to the server. We do have connectivity of sorts, as we can
ping and telnet to ports from the command prompt on the server. We're at a
loss and would appreciate any ideas. Thanks

Has an IPSec policy been applied to this machine at one time or other?

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