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I am having a problem getting my remote users using PC-Anywhere to connect to the network behind the

I have a Windows 2000 server running ISA server with Sp1 installed. Everything is working great, but I cannot get my remote users using PC-Anywhere to connect behind the firewall. I have followed many instructions from the ISA server news group and still cannot connect. Can you please assist me?
I'm going to throw this one out to the group. So if there is anyone out there that can help Robert with this problem, feel free to post the answer or send it to me and I will forward.

I am doing this because I usually fight administrators to turn this off, not on. I know there is always the issue of usability verses security but I must say that attackers that find port 5631/5632 will mark it as a possible mode for remote attack. If they can gain access to these systems, privilege escalation tools can quickly be run, giving them complete control of the local machine. At that point the attacker is inside your network and you have real problems.

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