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Authentication Issues - 7.Dec.2005 9:51:43 PM   


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I'm currently trying to configure two http rules:
  1. Allow all http traffic only for the staff
  2. Allow all http traffic except msn for everyone (configuration see http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004blockp2pim.html)

The second rule works without any problem. When i enable the first all http-traffic is stopped. For some reason ISA 2004 is authenticating my AD group where the staff a member of is.

We use do use the web proxy and when we fill in the proxy address in a browser we have internet (when rule 1 is enabled) on that client but MSN messenger 7.0 doesn't work even with the proxy settings completly filled in. we also need the option to bypass the proxy for our webdevelopers to check recently adjusted site.

Does anyone knows a solution to get rule 1 to work so our staff can surf and chat.
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RE: Authentication Issues - 7.Dec.2005 10:51:21 PM   


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hello bspitaels
did you try to change the order of the policies?

to this
  1. Allow all http traffic except msn for everyone
  2. Allow all http traffic only for the staff

it might work

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RE: Authentication Issues - 7.Dec.2005 11:16:35 PM   


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From my experience, exceptions to an allow rule will not stop further rule processing.  So if an allow rule further down lets it through, you will not get the desired effect.  You would need explicit deny rules.

Normally, deny rules should come before allow rules, but in the case of exceptions, I put deny rules immediately after the allow rule.


The School of Hard Knocks is a mean teacher. She gives the exam before the lesson.

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RE: Authentication Issues - 7.Dec.2005 11:42:27 PM   


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I would try putting the second rule above the first one, and then confiugre the Exceptions in the Users tab to include whoever you want to exempt from the rule.



Thomas W Shinder, M.D.

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