You are missing WINS on the internal nic.
For the CEICW error:
1. Open the IIS Management snap-in.
2. Open the properties of the Default Web Site and go to the
Directory Security tab.
3. Go to the IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions setting and
change the setting. Just do the opposite of what is set. If currently set to
grant all, change it to deny all except for the local IP and subnet mask of
4. Select all to apply the change to all subwebs.
5. Select all again to apply the change all the way down.
6. Ok out of it and close IIS.
7. Open a commandprompt and type "iisreset" without the quotes.
8. You should then be able to run the CEICW successfully. Make sure
you choose to enable the firewall.
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"Mike_in_Nebraska" <mike_webb@newsgroup> wrote in message
On Jan 2, 4:56 pm, "Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]"
> Hi Mike,
> Post the ipconfig/all from server and a client. Pull up the icwlog.txt
> scroll down to the end, than *ONLY* copy the lines that start with Error
> 0x800.. here.
> Marina Roos
> Microsoft SBS-MVP
> One of the Magical M&M'swww.smallbizserver.net
> Take part in SBS forum:http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=53
> "Mike in Nebraska" <Mike_W...@newsgroup> wrote in
> > Been many months since I last posted. I'm the 'poster boy' for how NOT
> > to
> > do things with SBS (just do a search on my posts for the last 3-5
> > years -
> > you'll see).
> > Got myself in a pickle this time and could use some guidance from the
> > seasoned vets on this forum.
> > As of 31 Dec '09, I no longer work for the nonprofit I've been with
> > since
> > 2003; short story - the economy. They kept me on as a contractor to
> > handle IT. I brought my trusty Dell Dimension 8300 home as it had all my
> > tools on it. I had asked about RWW vs. VPN a few weekls ago and the
> > replies convinced me to go with RWW. Theh recommended placing a PC
> > locked
> > in the server room that I could remopte into and then do my work.
> > Couldn't make that happen, and quickly found out that I needed to do
> > things (update the website using Adobe GoLive, update the intranet with
> > SharePoint Designer, etc.) so I thought I'd try a VPN that I'd turn on
> > just when I needed it. Hoo-boy.
> > I got into Server Management > Internet and clicked on the icon to
> > create
> > a remote connection (don't remember the exact verbiage). I then created
> > a
> > Remote Connection Disk, got into ISA 2004 and set it for VPN, then ran
> > CEICW. Right there I ran into problems. The firewall wouldn't configure.
> > No errors in the App or System logs. Nothing I could see in the ISAInfo
> > log. SBS and ISA BPA's were clean. Tried to back out of it in ISA and
> > CEICW - no good. The Montitoring MSDE quit on me next, then I started
> > seeing errors about SQL. (I rebooted a bunch.) Tried to fix SQL 2000 -
> > no
> > good. Tried to fix SQL Server 2005 Express - no good.
> > Then I thought I'd just grab my backup tape (80GB capacity) from the
> > last
> > full backup (done every week). Fired up Symantec Backup Exec (latest
> > version), but ... it uses SQL Server 2005 Express. Without it, my backup
> > does me no good.
> > It was now 4 am (this morning - can't believe I had to pull another
> > all-nighter), so I tried to uninstall/reinstall both versions of SQL -
> > kept failing. Used the advanced uninstall method using Revo Uninstaller
> > (normally my ace in the hole) - kept failing on reinstallation. I quit
> > at
> > 10:30 am this morning and got a short nap before I had to head to my P/T
> > job.
> > I'm now stuck with no ISA (uninstalled hoping I could reinstall fresh
> > and
> > restore the configuration piece by piece) - no good. Even ISA 2000 won't
> > install.
> > I'm gonna have about 5-7 hours tomorrow to fix this (or my wife will
> > revolt!). Other than the obvious (I should have backed up ISA before(!)
> > I
> > did any changes - I've kicked myself plenty alreaxdy), what can I do to
> > get it back? (I can access the internet from our public wireless so I
> > can
> > search for help while in the server room.)
> > Many thanks in advance!
> > (I learned to love SBS - still do - but it can sure be touchy! [At least
> > for this retired Marine.]
> > Mike in Nebraska- Hide quoted text -
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ERROR 0x80005006 returned from call to Fixing the inheritance for
default web site().
ERROR 0x80005006 returned from call to
ERROR 0x80005006 returned from call to Creating Web Publishing rules
ERROR 0x80005006 returned from call to CStingrayCommit::CommitEx().
(I don't have a 3.5" drive on the laptop so am manually typing the
ipconfig /all from the server)
Host Name wct
Pri. DNS Suffix whooper.local
Node Type Hybrid
IP Routing enabled Yes
WINS proxy enabled No
DNS Suffix Search List whooper.local
DHCP enabled No
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
DNS Servers 192.168.16.2
NetBIOS over TCPIP Disabled
DHCP enabled No
IP Address 192.168.16.2
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
DNS Servers 192.168.16.2