Multiple applications in ISA



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    Hi All I am really stuck on a strange problem with my ISA 2004 Server. The server is currently configured as a single interface box to provide Web Proxy services. As far as I can tell, I have done all I need to in terms of configuring the server (although I admit I have limited ISA experience) but I cannot control Internet access using an AD User or Group. For test purposes I need to use basic authentication to control who can access the web, but it doesn't seem to accept and AD credentials although local (on the ISA Server) credentials work fine. Any help would be greatly appreciated. And let me know if I need to provide more info... Thanks Mark
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Multiple applications in ISA

Postby U2hhbnRoaQ » Thu, 25 Oct 2007 16:30:00 GMT

I am using ISA 2004 on win2003 std platform with higher hardware config. 
Shall I install WSUS on the same pc? Please guide me?


Re: Multiple applications in ISA

Postby Osman Shener » Thu, 25 Oct 2007 18:44:19 GMT

Hi Shanthi

I don't think it's recommended to run other server applications with ISA 
Server on same server. But if you haven't any convenient servers to host 
WSUS you can use ISA Server of course. If you will install WSUS on ISA 
Server, do not forget to configure WSUS to use ISA Server internal IP as 
Proxy, create a rule that allows HTTP/S connections from Localhost to 
* and create a rule that allows HTTP/S connections from your 
internal clients to ISA Server (WSUS Server).

Please read this document for more details.



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