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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 7512 20-Apr-2006 14:42
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Just upgraded to an Apache from a Harrier. Nice phone, pity about the fustrating setup for activesync.

I upgraded to AS4.1 from the 4.0 thjat shipped due to these problems hoping it would fix it.

I have been trying all day to get activesync working and only just got it working when I accidentally unplugged my network cable!!?.

After further investigation I have found that indeed I can only sync when my network cable is unplugged, if I leave it plugged in and try to connect the apache I get the green swirl going round and round indefinately.

I'm not running a firewall, and have followed installation instructions to the T.

Any ideas why this is?

Thanks in advance.


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Master Geek

Reply # 33496 20-Apr-2006 16:52
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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 33546 21-Apr-2006 08:30
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Hi pland

Thanks for the link, problem solved.

We are running ISA 2004 and I have the firewall client installed. However, I had the previous (2000?) version that did not seem to update after I made changes to the firewall client settings as per your link.

Updated to the 2004 client and it works fine.

Many Thanks


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