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Brenta2 -> ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (5.Oct.2006 7:06:47 PM)

Good Day People,

Was planning on deploying the ISA2K4 w/Exch2K3...
Article by MS Technet seemed easy enough... http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa/2004/plan/exchage2003.mspx

Went to purchase ISA2K4 couldn't... Got ISA2K6 standard, can not find any articles relating to this with ISA2K6.. Do I follow along with the article and pretend I am installing 2K4 or is there a different approach with 2K6...

Thanks for your time...

Brent




alans -> RE: ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (5.Oct.2006 8:17:37 PM)

Yes it has the same basics only the wizards has changed and you have more options.

regards,

Alans




manning -> RE: ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (10.Oct.2006 9:50:46 AM)

I apologize for hijacking, but is 2004 simply not available anymore? I ordered it from our local reseller and when I received the media it was 2006. I'm having enough trepidation about upgrading to begin with, but it doesn't look like I can easily import my current configuration from 2000 to 2006.




elmajdal -> RE: ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (10.Oct.2006 10:27:38 AM)

hi manning,

quote:

  Note
There is no direct upgrade path from ISA Server 2000 to ISA Server 2006. 


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




manning -> RE: ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (10.Oct.2006 10:49:20 AM)

Yeah, I saw that yesterday. I need to re-read it, but what does happened when you attempt to install 2006 over 2000? Obviously the config gets wiped out, but do you have to remove ISA 2K first.

I have my reseller looking to see if he can find some 2004 media for me.




manning -> RE: ISA2K6 with Exch2K3 (12.Oct.2006 10:56:39 AM)

As an update, I logged onto the Microsoft Volume License site to look at my various license agreements and clicked the software download link and was able to download the 2004 media kit. So, if you also have a volume license agreement and probably software assurance aggrement, I would guess you should be able to do this as well.




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