I installed ISA 2004 Beta firewall clients on all my XP machines in my Win 2003 domain. However, it seems that almost every time a user goes to use their web browser, a sign-in pop-up box appears. If I do not require authentication, then the boxes disappear but then all the sessions in the sessions tab show as NAT clients or Web clients.
Using the sessions tab I can see what computers are using the internet based on their IP. But, I need to see which user is logged in for the purpose of reporting. It seems to me that since I have a domain and the ISA server is part of that domain, that users should not have to login to the ISA server.
Interestingly, this does not seem to be a problem with my Domain Admin Account. The ISA server does not request a password from me and when I am using the internet it shows a firewall client connection in the sessions tab.
This is my first time using an ISA server and I hope there is an easy solution. Thanks!
I also discovered the same problem with machines, that have the firewall client installed; but others who haven't don't have to authenticate seperately; this of course only happens, if i turn on the "require all users to authenticate" checkbox; if it is turned off, all works properly, but i have anonymous surfers, that i don't want to have to...
I am getting authentication popup if I check the require authentication checkbox. I'm running IE6 configured as a Web Proxy Client. I have the Firewall client installed as well. If I type in a username and password I get on the Internet. If I exit IE and go back in I get the popup again. I need authentication for filtering purposes.