Have ISA Server 2004 running on a Windows 2003 box. My users connect to the web via Secure NAT. They pretty much have free access to any web content. However, I have recently discovered a problem with a somewhat specialized application. I have a need to hook up to a remote camera system. The company that manufactures the system has provided a simple web page to view the cameras in a browser. It appears as though the username/password are passed in clear text to the camera system causing the connection to time out. The web page works fine in a non-ISA environment. I have included the code from the page below (with fake ip, username, and password). By the way, this web page also works fine in an ISA 2000 environment.
The clear text username/password thing is just a hunch because I have noticed that when logging into the management console of the camera system in Internet Explorer 7 it warns you that you are sending password information in clear text. Anyway, I was hoping someone could tell me what, if anything, I can change in ISA 2004 to make this work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I will have to check the ISA logs the next time I get a chance. But the clients do not get any errors. The page loads as it should - the space where the video should be displayed is blank. I know you're looking for additional information. I called the company (Dedicated Micros) but of course they don't know anything about ISA. I will check the logs.