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Apple Macs - 29.Jan.2001 8:13:00 AM   
Paul

 

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Is anyone having any problems with Apple MACS and ISA server.

A client is going to a page and sometimes the graphics display and other times the page comes back with an error and is asking you to refresh the page.

PC's on the same network operate correctly ??

Also authentication doesn't seem to work as it does with PC's ?

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Paul Crisp
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RE: Apple Macs - 8.Jan.2002 4:43:00 AM   
CDuncan

 

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We have two Macs behind a SBS ISA installation. I have two issues, one is the same issue that you are having. The other is that one of the guys has DSL at his home and wants to check his email. Rather than opening POP ports, I would prefer that he VPN into the firewall. Does anyone know of a VPN Client for Fruits (sorry, Apples)? Also, when the MACs access the internet, they are prompted for a password with each connection.

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RE: Apple Macs - 9.Jan.2002 7:57:00 PM   
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We have two Macs and we can allow them to surf by configuring their system a web client. Other than that, we cannot use FTP or any other protocols. Can't even setup the Macs as SecureNAT client ;-( If you guys have an answer, pls let me know.

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RE: Apple Macs - 11.Jan.2002 6:34:00 PM   
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Xuser

Why dont you can setup the Macs as Secure Nat clients ??

I have 5 Macs and all are working fine as SecureNat.

I dont use auth in the ISA and i have a Rule for all IP traffic for all machines


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RE: Apple Macs - 29.Jan.2002 11:39:00 PM   
Xuser

 

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I tried configuring them as SecureNAT already but still no success. I'm very lost now.

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RE: Apple Macs - 29.Jan.2002 11:43:00 PM   
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I tried configuring them as SecureNAT already but still no success. I'm very lost now.

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