Please forgive me if this has been answered before elsewhere. I am having a problem with the firewall client on ISA 2004. When I uninstall it from a client pc, I can still access the internet when I don't believe I should be able to.
Simple rule set, one rule to allow DNS, and one rule to allow access to the internet based on group membership. Tested out rule access and verified (not a member, no access). Fire up a pc (without the firewall previously being installed) and try to access the internet with a valid user ID and you cannot. (So far, so good) Install the firewall client Try to access the internet with a valid user ID and you can (Still going good). Uninstall or disable the firewall client, and try to access the internet with a valid user ID and you can (Now it's bad!). Reboot or logoff/logon, and try to access the internet with a valid user ID and you still can.
From: fort frances.on.ca
Yes, for applications and protocols that intrinsically support WP. For those that do not support WP but are winsock compliant or for complex protocols like FTP, you will want the FWC. S-NAT rounds out the mix for what's left, with a few exceptions.
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