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ISA Server planning - 8.Jan.2003 8:47:00 PM   


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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.

Can it be done in this situation to configure the browsers to point to the ISA server and based on a rule to either forward the request through the proxy servers, or post a request denied message?

Thanks in advance.
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