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pheonix

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on my network of about 900 computers I have a windows 2k3 enterprise box that acts as a filtering/gateway/proxy box. It is a quad Proc box with 8 gigs of ram and a raid 5 profile. For some reason even though I have the option checked to "ALways enable users to be authenticated when accessing webpages" Users are able to pass right through the firewall. The server does have RRAS enabled and I can connect with a PPTP VPN and connect to my internal network. I just can't get the firewall to force user auth. Any Idea's?
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Are all of the client machines configured to use WinRoute as their default gateway? When you check the TCP/IP properties for the client machines, they should be using the WinRoute IP address for the default gateway.

Kevin Trumbull
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pheonix

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yes. The gateway is assaigned Via. DHCP.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Did you disable the protocol inspector for HTTP? The HTTP protocol inspector needs to be enabled for requiring authentication.

If you continue to have issues, you are welcome to submit a support ticket at http://support.kerio.com. I have a feeling this is a mis-configuration , so in the support ticket we will probably ask for remote Admin Console access so that we can take a look at your settings and figure out what is mis-configured.

You mentioned RRAS and I think this could be part of the problem. Try disabling RRAS temporarily, then see if your users are forced to login.

Kevin Trumbull
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