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ISA server for RPC-HTTP - 20.Sep.2007 2:19:33 AM   


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We are planning to put rpc-http service for our exchange.

what is the best way to secure it and where to put the front end server (on the DMZ alongwith ISA or seperate etc ) and the ISA server.
Currently we have an ISA server which is in the internal network , and is used as proxy server .
Can we use the same ISa server with extra NIC card on the DMZ.if yes then how?


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RE: ISA server for RPC-HTTP - 20.Sep.2007 2:55:07 PM   


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Hello Harry--

Your exchange server is not recommended to be placed in a DMZ. It really defeats the purpose of a secure DMZ when Exchange requires dynamic and static ports open to allow communications.

You can add another NIC and create an IP address for the DMZ subnet. I am not

You can use the wizard to create a network template for how you will setup your ISA server with an extra NIC.



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