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Is ISA Server right for me???

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Is ISA Server right for me??? - 12.Sep.2002 7:11:00 PM   
jzabawa

 

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I have a quick question on ISA Server and is it right for me.

I am in a large orginization that uses proxy servers for external access with squid proxies and the browsers configured with a proxy.pac file, but limited lockdown. There is a requirement to severly lock down my department (1000 users) from surfing the web and need to know if I can use ISA as a bastion proxy with my department's browsers set to use my ISA server as a proxy and if the site is allowed to then pass the request to the squid proxies and to the outside world.

I realize that this is not what ISA it intended to do, but can it be done with this situation. We run a NT domain but will be migrating to W2K soon.

Thanks in advance.
Jeff
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