I'm planning on publishing a web site for Frontpage updates through ISA 2004, inside our protected network (2 NICs) through ISA 2004. This site will not be publicly available, but the source code for the actual public site which is hosted at a hosting site.
I'll need several people to have access to the site via Frontpage 2002 server extensions and Frontpage 2003 client.
For additional security-by-obscurity, I'm planning on using a host-header name that is not published on any DNS and using hosts files on the clients, and an odball port number.
Are there any land-mines that I should be aware of? Is there a step-by-step published anywhere for configuring ISA 2004 for publishing for Frontpage?