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Switching between ISA Servers - 15.Jan.2008 12:14:29 PM   
alfa21

 

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Hi all,

I have two ISA Servers 2006 in my company, and I want to make them switching when one doesn't work, and to put second one working. I configured in Network configuration as an alternative server, but doesn't work. I don't know how to add second WPAD to DNS or DHCP if it is possible.
Second thing I am facing is with Firewall Client, when I install with remote installation, it pops up in login screen until I run gpupate command in Clients machine.

I'm very new in ISA configuration, so for any help would be very thankful.
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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 16.Jan.2008 9:01:35 AM   
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If you're using Enterprise Edition, you can use NLB for this.

You can also use client side CARP for Web proxy.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 16.Jan.2008 11:42:05 AM   
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Thank you very much for reply.

In fact we are using Standard Edition, and I couldn't make it working, maybe there is no way in this version?
Second thing I have is about installing Firewall Client. After installing through Remote Installation, I have to run gpupdate/force in order to remove this pop up after log in

Thank you again

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 17.Jan.2008 10:32:04 AM   
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I'm not aware of any pop-ups related to the Firewall client.

Tom

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 17.Jan.2008 11:02:17 AM   
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I'm sorry for not explaining it very well.

After I install MS Firewall Client for ISA Server in client's PC using remote installation, it'll appear everytime after logging in and users have to press OK to remove it from screen, or run gpupdate, and restart computer. After that it won't show anymore. I've seen this happening in ISA 2004 as well, but I don't know how people solved it, creating mst files most propably.

Thank you

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 18.Jan.2008 9:37:52 AM   
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OK, got it.

Check out the newsletter archive for "true silent install of the firewall client" and see if that helps you.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 21.Jan.2008 12:28:54 PM   
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That's what I need. I tested, and it works fine.
Thank you very much. You spent me a lot of time.

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RE: Switching between ISA Servers - 22.Jan.2008 12:47:22 PM   
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Good to hear you got it working and thanks for the follow up!

Tom

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