Nicolas 2006-07-15 03:10:18
I’ve the same issue. No ICF and no ICS enabled anywhere + service
stopped and disabled.
I can start ipnat. but RRAS’s MMC still injury me.
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur>sc qc ipnat
[SC] QueryServiceConfig r ussite(s) (does mean “successful”)
TYPE : 1 KERNEL_DRIVER
START_TYPE : 3 DEMAND_START
ERROR_CONTROL : 1 NORMAL
BINARY_PATH_NAME : system32\DRIVERS\ipnat.sys
TAG : 0
DISPLAY_NAME : Traducteur d’adresses r seau IP (does mean
“IP network addres translator”)
DEPENDENCIES : Tcpip
I really wonder why Windows still saying ICF xor ICS is enabled ?
Please help ! 🙁
David clark 2006-07-15 03:14:05
I have the same issue with Win 2003 Server Enterprise Edition. I cannot
configure RRAS because the machine thinks ICS is enabled. I’ve even removed
and reinstalled the network cards and cycled through static and DHCP
addresses, yet the problem persists. Service is also stopped and disabled.
Bill grant 2006-07-15 03:14:11
This problem (and the reverse ie ICS won’t start because it claims RRAS
is running) has cropped up in the newgroup before.
Apparently the install checks a registry key before it will run. If that
registry key has not been reset, the install exits.
Here is a post about the reverse problem, which should give you a
pointer to the correct registry key.
Gang Zhao[MSFT] Jan 4 2003, 5:46 am
From: “Gang Zhao[MSFT]”
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 11:38:18 -0800
Local: Sat, Jan 4 2003 5:38 am
Subject: Re: ICS & RRAS NAT conflict
You can disable the RRAS to clear a flag which informs ICS that RRAS
You can check the registry key at
if this value is 1, then ICS will think RRAS is enabled, clear it to
if disabling RRAS from MMC doesn’t work. And in general, directly
chaning the registry key is not recommended and not supported.