We recently added OWA access for our users, and thanks to many of you it was a success. Currently, we are looking to expand our access to OMA. Our ISA server has only a single nic and lies in the DMZ of an external firewall. I have read many articles and work-arounds on the listener / socket issue with ISA 2004. So based on my understanding on all of this; two external IP's and two web listeners would required to have both OWA and OMA. (I read Tom's article about the work-around, but MS does not support this option, so I'd rather not use it.) Is this correct?
Thank you in advance, John
< Message edited by johnspie -- 14.Feb.2006 8:56:54 PM >
if you are interested in supporting your scenario with 1 listener, 1 publishing rule, 1 DNS name, 1 IP address and 1 certificate check out FlexAuth, an advanced Authentication Filter for ISA 2004 from www.collectivesoftware.com! It allows you to provide FBA to browsers you want to and Basic to those that don't support FBA (think OMA, EAS, RPC/Http, Office apps, etc) in addition to a ton of other advanced features!