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Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default Sys... - 15.Jan.2005 5:11:00 AM   
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This thread is for discussing the defualt ISA firewall's post installation System Policy at http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004systempolicy.html

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 17.Jan.2005 12:33:00 PM   
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Hi Tom,
I've already applied some of the "advices" found in the article to my server... but there is one thing that I'm not sure to have understood. I't s about NTP rule

"You should change this rule by allowing contact with a trusted NTP server in your organization. The Internal entry allows it to contact all servers anywhere in the world"

why internal means all the world?

Thanks

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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 17.Jan.2005 12:56:00 PM   
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Hi Tinto,

It can access the data indirectly, but I should have phrased that better [Frown]

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 19.Jan.2005 3:56:00 PM   
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"One of the most common errors made by new ISA firewall administrators is to use System Policy to control access from Protected Network hosts to non-Protected Network hosts."

Hey Tom!

Could you please give me an example.

Thanks
Helm

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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 24.Jan.2005 12:25:00 PM   
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Hi:

I followed some of the instructions but I'm having a conflict between the Firewall Service when I enable the Server Publishing Rules and the DNS service. They can no longer run together.

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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 12.Feb.2009 9:48:49 AM   
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Is it possible to change the Users in the "Allow VPN client traffic to ISA Server" system policy? I wish to only allow those groups which are permitted to use VPN, to be able to create a connection to ISA. The default is All Users & I wish to specify a Radius group.
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RE: Discussion on article on the ISA firewall's default... - 12.Feb.2009 12:53:36 PM   
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Hi Lerxxst,

I don't have anything to contribute to the thread, I just like your login ID.

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