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RE: ISA server 2000/2004 firewall client, not compatible.

 
 
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      07-20-2005
I have heard from a reliable source that Microsoft has a working internal
AMD64 build. Microsoft has not decided about an early adopter or beta program
yet, but a public release will be available in the Longhorn timeframe. I hope
that they will release a beta soon, becasue some things will not work
correctly with SecureNAT.

"Tino" wrote:

> I've problem installing ISA clients on 64 bit XP.
> 2000 breaks with "Failed to CreateProcess...Error:0xd8
> 2004 Firewall client cannot be installed on ... 64-bit Windows os.???
> An then there is:
> http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...9b9e6757e.mspx
>
> I couldn't find anything about compatibility or not compatibility about it
> on Technet,MSDN, ISA server or XP64bit main pages.
>
> I posted question under ISA server disc, but I don't hold my breath.
>
> Is there FAQ, KB or some page where I can find what are other MS products
> that don't work with 64bit Windows?

 
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