I am not exactly sure what you are trying to do, so maybe some more details would be helpful. If you are trying to publish multiple MOSS site collections then this should be straightforward and they would all be under one root (moss.company.com/sites/*). If you are looking to publish different sites under different roots (moss.company1.com/sites/name, moss.company2.com/sites/name2) they you will need AAM definitions for each root that the web requests will be made under. You may be limited by the number of AAM definitions that MOSS can have for a single server, I think it is 5. If you want to publish the same site name for different clients but have that be different sites on the MOSS server then I do not think this is possible, even with the url fixing that ISA can do, since some of the MOSS system type urls are a bit strange and cannot be fixed up.
For any of these you will have to think about authentication if you need these to be authenticated sites on a per client basis, but that would be the same regardless of the desired end result.
Hi Joseph, thanks for the reply. here is what i have been trying to do.
i have a site with this url... internally.... server.com/sites/sitename i publish a sharepoint site on ISA 2006... ISA only wants the server name or server IP address... so i can only put in server.com in the publish rule on ISA... not the rest of the internal URL.
then, on AAM, i tell it that the public URL is moss1.company.com and internal url is server.com/sites/sitename Then AAM tells me that this is an invalid URL, and the only option is to input server.com
So when the internet user goes to moss.company.com it gets routed to the internal server.com and not server.com/sites/sitename
this means, that i can only publish server.com and not site collections.
How do i tell AAM to send th request to a site collection? Maybe i am missing something... any help please? thanks