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Access to Secured site - 2.Sep.2002 10:09:00 AM   
eesh

 

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Hi!

We are facing problem in accessing one site named https://evalue.internationaldelivers.com/partsonline, through a client who is restricted to use only this site. As soon as he opens the site, he is prompted for ISA authentication screen. But if the same client is given full/unrestricted access, he is able to access the site.

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RE: Access to Secured site - 3.Sep.2002 4:20:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Eesh,

Is the client logged onto the domain (the same one as the ISA Server) and is the ISA Server configured to support integrated auth on the outbound web requests listener?

Thanks!

Tom

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RE: Access to Secured site - 11.Sep.2002 8:11:00 AM   
eesh

 

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Hi Shinder!
Client is logging into a win NT4.0 domain which in turn has trust relationship with ISA server domain. He is getting access to this site if given access to All Destinations in Site & Content rules. Whereas restricting to this particular site prompts him for authentication.
Integrated authentication is turned ON in Outgoing web requests.

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RE: Access to Secured site - 11.Sep.2002 11:19:00 PM   
ml68

 

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Hello

Don't know if this will help you or not but whenever I had to restrict a user to a particular site, I first had to create two destination sets. The first one would have a destination of *.* and the second would have a destination of the site like *.whatever.com. Then create a content rule for the user that denies to the first destination set (*.*) and create a second content rule for the user that allows to the second destination set. This works for me with ISA and the user in same NT4 domain. Hope this helps.

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RE: Access to Secured site - 12.Sep.2002 7:24:00 AM   
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Thanx ml68,

This is the only site giving problem. All other,may be hundreds, are working fine with restrictions.

Eesh

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RE: Access to Secured site - 12.Sep.2002 6:50:00 PM   
lemonwater925

 

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Check the site for all elements of the page and make sure they are in your destintation set.

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RE: Access to Secured site - 14.Sep.2002 7:53:00 AM   
eesh

 

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Hi!
First page of the site is the login ID page and does not have any links to any other site/page.
It does not open even the first login page.
Otherwise we are using many secured sites alongwith other normal site with and without restrictions and have destination sets for them.

Eesh

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RE: Access to Secured site - 15.Sep.2002 5:55:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Eesh,

Turn on Rule#1 and Rule#2 in the Web Proxy and Firewall logs. That will tell you what Protocol and Site and Content Rules are allowing and denying the requests.

Then check the logs for the pages you're trying to access and see what's denying the request.

HTH,
Tom

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