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ISA 2004's replacement? - 19.Feb.2013 3:04:22 PM   
BryceS

 

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Hi, we've been running ISA 2004 for many years.
However, the time has come to upgrade the server hardware and software.
But, I can't find what Microsoft has replaced ISA 2004 with in its current software lineup - the closest I could find was 'Threat Management Gateway' but that seems to be unavailable since December 2012.

What product is available that I can install on Server 2012 that performs all the gateway and firewalling functions similar to ISA server?

Thanks,
Bryce.
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RE: ISA 2004's replacement? - 4.Apr.2013 3:20:56 AM   
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Personally I think the world has moved on and everyone is going for appliances.
We moved from ISA server to Cisco ASA for example. We just moved a big client in Victoria London onto this and it has made support so much easier. I notice others in this forum have suggested FortiGate. Meraki is an interesting new-kid on the block. Costs more but does a lot more too.

Appliances should still offer integration with AD and increasingly add a more comprehensive "policy" approach to managing mobile devices.

Appreciate that Cisco can be daunting for some people so I've got an intro on Cisco Network Security if this helps.

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RE: ISA 2004's replacement? - 4.Apr.2013 3:46:45 PM   
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Hi Matt,

Thanks for your thoughts - it gives some avenues to investigate further.

Regards, Bryce.

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