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Windows Firewall issue

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by ghozty, May 17, 2007.

  1. ghozty

    ghozty Guest

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    When I try to enable Windows Firewall through Plesk control panel
    Server > Components Management > Firewall

    I am getting following error:

    Server > Plesk Components Management >

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    Error: Set default component failed: defpackagemng failed: Execute winfwmng.exe "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?><command><set><default config=\"default\"/></set></command>" failed: Wrong root name (ICFModes) must be (ICFModes)
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    If I manually enable Windows Firewall from Control Panel (Windows control panel I mean, not through Plesk), it works Ok, but Plesk does not detect it. I can not control it through Plesk.

    In addition to this, if I manually enable Firewall, and then I try to change Firewall status from Plesk I get same error above and Windows Firewall service stopped (actually disabled) by Plesk.

    Note that, My server has two NIC cards, I bridged those two connections first. When I get the Windows Firewall error, I thought that Plesk might not be able to support bridged network connections. I deleted bridge. Disabled one of the NIC. I've got same error. I enabled second one, and tried again. it was same.

    Is there any solution or suggestion for this issue?
     
  2. ghozty

    ghozty Guest

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    isn't there any suggestions?

    May be I need to give some more information:

    - I have Windows Server 2003 R2 with Services pack 2
    - It's Intel SR1530 Platform
    - Have two NICs.
     
  3. blitzzzz

    blitzzzz Guest

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    have you tried to run the Plesk Reconfigurator? (disk permissions)
     
  4. kerpau

    kerpau Guest

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