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Access Internet Level - Authentication - 31.Mar.2009 3:29:25 AM   


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As the layout, I need to create 2 rules for users to access Internet:
- Rule 1: users or computers which are not member domain controller can access to internet.

- Rule 2: users which are member of domain controller can access internet.

After configuring, when users or computer are not member domain controller access to internet it popups a window to require username and password to connect. How can I do to configure ISA solve this issue, it means when users or computers which are not menber of domain want to connect to internet it's not require username and password.
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RE: Access Internet Level - Authentication - 7.May2009 2:06:45 PM   


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There is no way to identify whether a machine is a Domain Member or not to the ISA.  So you will have to identify them by IP#, IP Range, or IP Subnet.  Assuming your LAN infrastructure accomidates that, get that done first.

Then you need three Rules,..they need to appear in the Rule list in exactly this order.

1. Allow the non-Domain IP Range to do whatever you want them to do.  Must be Anonymous (All Users).

2. Deny all hosts on the non-Domain IP Range to everything (any protocol). Must be anonymous (all Users)

3. Allow the Domain IP Range to do what you want them to do.  Add any other "Domain" Rules below this one.

The purpose of Rule #2 is to "trap" any non-Domain Host that don't match any of the Rules meant for them so they do not hit any of the Domain Rule and get the "prompt".  Because it is a Deny Rule you can optionally use a Custom "redirect page".


Phillip Windell

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