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Re: FW: failed pings in nmapwin
From: Chad Loder <cloder () loder us>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 14:30:34 -0800

This sounds like a problem with raw sockets.  Make sure
you are running as the *local* administrator (not
a regular user and not a domain admin).

Can you tell me if you are running IPSEC on this machine?
What happens if you stop the IPSec Policy Agent Service
(you can do "net stop policyagent" from the command line).
Was it running to begin with (it runs by default).  Does
turning that service off affect your results?

Also, can you tell me if you have Microsoft Update Q818043
applied.  I think you can find out by looking at Add/Remove
Programs, or in the registry.

        Chad Loder

On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 04:38:55PM -0500, Michael Klapheke wrote:
Hi.  I apologize for bothering you, but I cannot seem to get
NMap to work under Windows XP Pro at all.  I have used it
successfully in the past, but on this machine it simply
won?t work.  I have tried it with the GUI (v 1.3.1) and
also downloaded the command-line version (v 3.48), but it
keeps indicating that hosts are not reachable, even though
they are on my local subnet and I can ping them using
Window?s ping utility.

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