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    rrgrassi Guest

    Default ZA And Windows 2003 Server Domain

    Hi!
    I have a business client running ZA 6.1
    We have added a domain/file server running Windows Server 2003.
    All client PC's are running XP sp2.

    Since we have changed from a peer based network to and Active Directory type, True Vector keeps shutting down, thus killing all LAN and internet activity.
    When we reboot the PC's running ZA, they are fine from a few minutes to a few hours later.

    Also, since the network change,
    ZA seems to have lost the admin passwords the ability to protect its passwords.
    So now we cannot access the ZA admin that will
    let us
    allow or disallow activities.
    So, I need to know-
    1.
    Is there a default password I can use?
    2.
    What is the
    behavior of ZA on a
    domain?
    3.
    How can I fix it?


    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro
    Software Version:6.1

  2. #2
    jarvis Guest

    Default Re: ZA And Windows 2003 Server Domain

    1. Is there a default password I can use?
    No

    2. What is the behavior of ZA on a domain?
    Unpredictable. ZA is designed for home networks only. People have reported problems such as roaming profiles not able to be saved to the local machine when logging into a domain.

    Checkpoint's Integrity product is available for business uses.

    3. How can I fix it?

    Reset your database:
    1. Reboot into safe mode where ZA will not be running.
    2. Navigate to %systemroot%\Internet Logs\ and delete the files IAMDB.RDB, BACKUP.RDB and any file named %COMPUTERNAME%.LDB

    Note that %systemroot% refers to your WIndows installation directory and %computername% refers to the Network name of your computer.
    3. Reboot. ZAP will start up with "default" settings, but note that because the setup wizard will not run again, some features are turned off by default after resetting the database.

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