|UPGRADE 2003 -> 2004
on Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 12:04:42 PM (EST)
after upgrading ls 2003 av-10 ger to ls 2004 av10 ger the ls-server crashes shortly after start with an error in webprox.dll, then server stops.
on Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 5:45:52 PM (EST)
We have identified a problem with the new build of LAN SUITE (build 2004.0.04.0715). If you are currently utilizing NAT with the Firewall set on "Medium" or "High" security, your clients may have difficulty resolving DNS servers and thus are unable to access the Internet. Users who are utilizing NAT and the Firewall using the "Low" security setting are not affected by this issue.
The recommended workaround is to add a rule to allow UDP packets from the Internet to all computers on the network through a custom firewall rule. To do this, you will need to perform the following steps:
1.) Open 602LAN SUITE 2004 using the icon on your Start menu. If you are running the software as a service, please stop it before launching the software from the icon.
2.) Click SETTINGS, then click ADVANCED CONFIGURATION.
3.) Click the FIREWALL tab.
4.) Move the SECURITY slider to CUSTOM. Click to select the MEDIUM SECURITY LEVEL PERMISSIONS option from the PERMISSIONS SETS list, and click EDIT SET.
5.) For PERMISSION SET NAME, edit the name as appropriate. We recommend you simply add "DNS fix" or something similar to the end of the default name.
6.) Click the ADD button.
7.) For Protocol, select UDP from the drop-down list. For PORT RANGE then type "1" in the first box, and "65535" for the second.
8.) For DIRECTION, select FROM THE INTERNET TO THE INTERNAL NETWORK (it should be the first option on the list.
9.) Click OK, OK again, and SAVE to save your changes.
10.) Reboot your computer for the changes to take effect.
We anticipate a patch will be released to correct this problem by no later than Friday July 21, 2004. We apologize for any inconvenience this issue has caused. We are working to rectify the situation as soon as possible. If you have any questions regarding these instructions or the issue itself, you may direct them to us by clicking on the Contact Support button located to the left of this web page.
on Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 9:57:02 PM (EST)
Did you tried build 2004.0.04.0723 released on July 23? It works fine for my, but I did not have any issues with previous build either.