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  • controlla tra le soluzioni proposte in questo thread

    http://forums.techarena.in/windows-security/541610.htm


    Edoardo Benussi - Microsoft® MVP
    Management Infrastructure - Systems Administration
    https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/Profile/Benussi
    Windows Server Italian Forum Moderator
    edo[at]mvps[dot]org
    mercoledì 27 ottobre 2010 14:42
    Moderatore
  • Trovo molti post con proposte di soluzione.

    Ad esempio:

    http://community.dotnetwork.it/Walimay/archive/2009/07/22/un-problema-rognoso-con-ipsec.aspx

    le stesse indicazioni le trovi qui (http://thedailyreviewer.com/windowsxp/view/ipsec-10106-108160597):

    Re: Ipsec 10106

    I have traced several of these problems to improperly configured winsock
    LSPs. Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
    names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
    Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
    owning program might help.

    If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
    catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
    for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
    you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


    1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

    2. Reboot

    3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
    network connection, and select properties.

    4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

    5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

    6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

    7. When the process in complete, reboot


    -- 

    Ken Wickes [MSFT]
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


    Adriano Mariolini MCITP Server Administrator MCTS Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuration adriano.mariolini[at]my.sysadmin.it
    mercoledì 27 ottobre 2010 17:08

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  • controlla tra le soluzioni proposte in questo thread

    http://forums.techarena.in/windows-security/541610.htm


    Edoardo Benussi - Microsoft® MVP
    Management Infrastructure - Systems Administration
    https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/Profile/Benussi
    Windows Server Italian Forum Moderator
    edo[at]mvps[dot]org
    mercoledì 27 ottobre 2010 14:42
    Moderatore
  • Trovo molti post con proposte di soluzione.

    Ad esempio:

    http://community.dotnetwork.it/Walimay/archive/2009/07/22/un-problema-rognoso-con-ipsec.aspx

    le stesse indicazioni le trovi qui (http://thedailyreviewer.com/windowsxp/view/ipsec-10106-108160597):

    Re: Ipsec 10106

    I have traced several of these problems to improperly configured winsock
    LSPs. Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
    names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
    Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
    owning program might help.

    If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
    catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
    for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
    you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


    1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

    2. Reboot

    3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
    network connection, and select properties.

    4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

    5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

    6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

    7. When the process in complete, reboot


    -- 

    Ken Wickes [MSFT]
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


    Adriano Mariolini MCITP Server Administrator MCTS Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuration adriano.mariolini[at]my.sysadmin.it
    mercoledì 27 ottobre 2010 17:08