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Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 3:05:24 PM   
kenzo

 

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helloo all i Need a professional Help plzz cuz i have a worng configuration in my ISA server plzz help me as u can
i upload pics for from my server configuration to this link
plzz need helpp
thanks alll
http://www.isa.2itb.com/
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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 3:16:44 PM   
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Hi,

Ok, first, you need to fix the ISA NIC configurations.

Please see this - >

http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Configuring_ISA_Server_Interface_Settings.html

After you have done as directed, then we can move to problem #2.

HTH

RB 

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 3:24:14 PM   
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Problem # 2 - DNS (After you have corrected the NIC configs with the DNS setting on the Internal NIC!)

Is your DNS server located on the ISA box? Is this an SBS instance? Stand-alone (Workgroup) or Domain member? ( I don't see a DC in the drawing so I hope this is an SBS instance and NOT a DC with ISA installed!

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 3:39:26 PM   
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1st thanks for ur fast replay
-my DNS server located on the ISA box
-Active Directory intalled on the same isa server
- users not joined to AD users are workgroup

thanks man

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 3:59:24 PM   
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SBS server? ( I hope)

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 4:04:47 PM   
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You may want to read this ->

http://blogs.isaserver.org/shinder/2007/09/09/isa-firewall-freedom-day-declared/

Can you install ISA on diffrent server?

RB

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 4:22:52 PM   
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it's SBS server man

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 21.Jan.2008 5:53:17 PM   
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Good, well not really: Better to be on its own box.

You will need to make sure that your DNS server is configured to forward DNS requests.

http://www.elmajdal.net/ISAServer/Internal_DNS_Forwarding.aspx

HTH

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 22.Jan.2008 2:21:35 AM   
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i finished the new configuration :
1- interface settings
2- DNS forwarding

< Message edited by kenzo -- 22.Jan.2008 3:06:32 AM >

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 22.Jan.2008 2:47:08 PM   
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Ok, have you configured client access rules to allow client access to Internet? With you setting the default GW for your DHCP clients to the ISA server's Internal NIC; you have configured for SecureNAT. With the SecureNAT client, you cannot configure access rules that require authentication.

RB

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RE: Need a professional Help plzz - 24.Jan.2008 1:49:52 PM   
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hi
i'm allready add a rule to let user access the internt :
inernal --> external all protocols
or u mean another thing
thanks for u man

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