I have noticed that external port scans show port 80 as being open on our ISA server, even though we have no web servers published. The incoming web requests listener is enabled by default, it seems, and though it doesn't actually allow a full connect, it still answers a connection attempt to some degree. Is it possible to disable this listener? Is it required for normal use? Why would it be turned on by default?
RE: Disable the Incoming Web Requests listener? - 25.Feb.2004 11:31:00 PM
Tom, I've been trying to connect an outlook2003 to an exchange2003 on rpc/https for days since I find your article. It was really usefull to let me know that I nedded to put the RPC security to plain text, and with that, it worked. It did but not 100% right. The problem is that only the Directory connects but not Mail nor Referal. Any ideas on what it could be? I have 1 exchange server 2003 (no front end server) that connects to the internet via a ISA server 2000 (using server publishing for https). Thanks in advanced. Julian Buenos Aires, Argentina