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ISA 2004 > to > ISA 2006 - 14.Sep.2006 4:40:55 PM   


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I am currently running ISA 2004 Standard. And I want to go to ISA 2006 Standard.

I would say my typical routine is always to do a "fresh install" of any server type software when new versions come out. (fresh os+patches+etc)

Im debating whether or not I want to go through the hassel of rebuilding my ISA box, install 2006 and redo all of my firewall rules and settings...

Can anyone who has already made the jump give a little advice as to whether or not I should do a fresh everything, or just run an in place upgrade(which I think is possible, I have researched yet...)

I would imagine there is probably an import/export feature I could use to transfer settings if I went the "fresh" route...?


Eric Kufrin
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RE: ISA 2004 > to > ISA 2006 - 14.Sep.2006 7:54:36 PM   


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you can have an In-Place Upgrade or to a New Equipment Upgrade .

read this : http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa/2006/deploy/upgrade.mspx



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