Indeed and whereby you could manage ISA partly with A website? I really don't know if and how it works but while I searched google I found that one. I haven't tried it though.. Personally I think it needs a remote IIS server where the ISA management console has to be installed.
But I never ever used something like this. Actually I've seen the setting before in the system policy but I didn't gave any attention to it..
Also RoadBLOCK could be something which is using it:
The RoadBLOCK's Web interface provides centralized Web management for each and every ISA Server 2004 firewall feature. RimApp's RoadBLOCK Web-based administration tool makes complex firewall configuration tasks simple by using everyday language.
< Message edited by Dumber1 -- 30.Jan.2009 7:02:40 PM >
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