We have MOS 2007 behind ISA 2006. Intern - with "http://sps" - everything is running as it should. To give our users access from outside (internet) we have
extend the normal "Sharepoint - 80" application with a "Sharepoint - extern" application with the laodbalancing-URL http://sps.domain.com:80
and published this site with ISA 2006 with the restriction, that only access to https//sps.domain.com is allowed.
The link translation (https://sps.domain.com -> http://sps.domain.com) on the ISA server runs but it does not function in all cases!: When the users try to open folders on the sharepoint site the generated links are http-links and not https-links. In such a case a further browser register is opend an the http-link fails, when the url in the register is changed to https the content of the folder is shown.
I seem to have the same problem I think is relatet to the ISA server only inspects the first so and so many bytes and then yust passes ther rest. Does anyone have an idea if this is the case and if where to tune to look at the whole ciontent of the pages This is ISA server 2006
If you look at, for example, the Shared Documents page, in Internet Explorer, select View\View Source, search for "http:".
You'll see a few instances of the HTTP link displayed like this...
These are escaped (\u) Unicode characters, in hex format (002f), which ISA is unable to translate properly. I had a link which described this at one time, but I can't find it now. This is why Alternate Access Mappings have to configured properly within SharePoint.