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I've tried to install KWF 6.0.0 on 3 servers now. One Windows 2000, and 2 Windows 2003... I've enabled remote administration but whenever the service starts, no traffic can get in. This is especially frustrating because I'm installing KWF on servers remotely via Terminal Services. It's gotten so bad, I've had to setup a deadman switch to automatically reboot the server when I try to turn the service on (and I've set the service to manual).

I've tried it from multiple remote admin IP's, and have confirmed the rule to be correct in winroute.cfg. I've even tried modifying winroute.cfg manually to allow all traffic.

When I start the service manually, the server becomes completely unresponsive. In the one installation that did work for me, I got kicked out of terminal services, but was able to easily log back in.

The commonality between the 3 failing machines is that they all have MANY IP addresses, like over 64. The one machien that works has around 16.

Has anyone else experienced this problem?

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