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Discussion about ISA Firewall Quick Tip: Controlling Ac... - 15.Mar.2006 3:54:38 AM   
tshinder

 

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This thread is for discussing the ISA Firewall Quick Tip: Controlling Access to Published RDP Servers article at http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/ISA-Firewall-Quick-Tip-Controlling-Access-Published-RDP-Servers.html

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Tom

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RE: Discussion about ISA Firewall Quick Tip: Controllin... - 6.Apr.2006 10:20:23 AM   
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Isn't that (using the "From" tab to restrict the internet clients) the appropriate way to publish all kinds of servers (of course except those public servers like public web or ftp sites) ? I always publish my servers to only a restricted set of internet IP adresses. I don't like the idea of being revealed to the whole world (even if this published server is being authenticated or quarantined or etc). But I have a question that I haven't checked myself to be sure of. When you restrict the clients of a published server via the "From" tab, is the ISA server still answering requests (for example pings) coming from the excluded IP adresses ? Can someone with an excluded IP adress still know that I'm publishing a server on a certain port on my ISA box or is the ISA server completely non-reactive against those excluded IP sets ?

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RE: Discussion about ISA Firewall Quick Tip: Controllin... - 9.May2006 4:01:43 PM   
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Tom or anyone,
I've gone through all three tutorials on publishing a website and rdp for a server.  We actually have this scenario in our environment and are moving this division's new servers behind the firewall and will publish through ISA.  I've been tearing my hair out for over a week on this.  Instead of a split DNS, we are using a Content Switch, which up to now, has been flawless in it's operability, so I don't think that that is the problem.

I get the initial basic authentication and that appears to work, but I never get the RDP webpage to display.  When I integrate the authentication, the page displays but will not allow my authentication.

Any tips, help?  Anyone?

Thanks so much.  By the way the articles/tutorials on this were VERY informative and I'm very grateful.  There just must be a problem on my end.
Brigetta

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