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Problem with Users access B2B Site - 15.Apr.2009 1:28:28 PM   
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We use ISA Server 2006 to provide internet access to our internal clients.  We depolyed ISA server to our end users by using automatic discovery process and setting this up using a WPAD entry in our DHCP scopes.  I have some users who are connecting to a web site, which I've included in the exclusions lists on the Web Browser tab on our internal network.  I'm excluding *.biogen.com/* and  includied this in the directly access these server or domains area.  In pulling a log during an attempt by a user to connect to the site, the user connects fine (and i see no traffic hitting the proxy server), the site then requires a login and password and at that point I can see the user contacting the ISA server to make a connection.  The port assignment that comes back on the log file is *.biogen.com:7777.  I get a response in the log that the user is not authenticated and therefore we do not allow access. 

Can someone explain to me why if I'm excluding the entire domain *.biogen.com from routing thru the ISA server, the login entry would connect back thru the ISA server. How can I correct it.
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