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#1 Jove

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 06:55 PM

My internet Browser is starting to take forever to load pages, it starts and then only partially losds the page and then creeps for a, couple, few minutes.

I am finding in the event viewer the following error report;

Event Type: Failure Audit
Event Source: Security
Event Category: Policy Change
Event ID: 615
Date: 8/14/2008
Time: 10:39:17 AM
User: NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE
Computer: JPWORKSTATION
Description:
IPSec Services: IPSec Services failed to get the complete list of network interfaces
on the machine. This can be a potential security hazard to the machine since some of the
network interfaces may not get the protection as desired by the applied IPSec filters.
Please run IPSec monitor snap-in to further diagnose the problem.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.


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Product: Windows Operating System
ID: 615
Source: Security
Version: 5.0
Component: Security Event Log
Symbolic Name: SE_AUDITID_IPSEC_POLICY_CHANGED
Message: IPSec policy agent changed: %1
PolicySource: %2
%3

I am assuming that this might be the problem and have found the following instructions for IPSec monitor;


To configure the IP Security Monitor MMC snap-in to monitor IPsec activity for remote computers:
1. Start / Run / MMC / OK.

2. Use the File menu to press Add/Remove Snap-in.

3. Press the Add button in the Add/Remove Snap-in dialog.

4. Select the IP Security Monitor snap-in and press the Add button.

5. Press Close and OK.

6. Right-click IP Security Monitor and press Add Computer.

7. Check The following computer radial button.

8. Type the name or IP address of the remote computer you wish top monitor.

9. Press OK.


Does anyone have any idea what I am getting into here ? Where will I find the address of the remote IP address, . .
is this my service provider ?

Hoping for your advice.



OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name JPWORKSTATION
System Manufacturer Compaq
System Model DSDT
System Type X86-based PC
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 10 GenuineIntel ~1096 Mhz
BIOS Version/Date Compaq 686P9 v1.11, 6/13/2002
SMBIOS Version 2.3

Edited by Jove, 14 August 2008 - 07:25 PM.

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Posted 17 August 2008 - 08:48 AM

I have been getting alot of, "IPSec Services failed" in my security events in the event viewer.

Does anyone know anything about the, IPSec monitor snap-in ", because I can get it to monitor anything, here's what is happening so far.

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An IP address (or Internet Protocol address) is a unique address that certain
electronic devices use in order to identify and communicate with each other on
a computer network utilizing the Internet Protocol standard (IP)—in simpler terms,
a computer address. Any participating network device—including routers, switches,
computers, infrastructure servers (e.g., NTP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, etc.), printers,
Internet fax machines, and some telephones —can have its own address that is
unique within the scope of the specific network.

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