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I am adding remote servers to sitescope. These are public (Windows) servers, co-located, with no firewalls except the windows firewalls in which I have created exclusions for the appropriate ports. The problem is, when I add new remote servers sitescope fails to connect with about half of them and kicks out "unknown errors" 999 and (1032?). It seems to be random as I have 2 servers in the same facility 1 connects the other does not. In checking firewalls, services, ports, etc. they seem to be configured identically. Any ideas?

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  • hoocli
    hoocli Mar 17, 2011

    does it work if you disable windows firewall?

  • jetsonring Mar 17, 2011

    tried disabling windows firewall. No effect. The providers SWEAR they are not blocking ports.

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