is this an academic question ? ;-) I really don't see what you want to achieve with denying access to your website for only one ip-address out of the whole Internet.
To answer your question: I've no docs are ISA at hand at the moment, but are you publishing the webserver? In that case you can restrict the client address set in the Client type properties (I think). If you are using a treehomed DMZ scenario, then you'll have to restrict access in your packet filters.
Hope this helps... Stefaan
[This message has been edited by spouseele (edited 02 January 2002).]
To be quite honest I don't want to block an IP address from accessing my website - What I really wanted to know is if there is a way to block a specific IP address that has port scanned your machine and drop those packets. I remember seeing somewhere that this can be done but don't remember where I saw it. All I want to know is how do I do that?
Sorry for bothering you with all the questions - all I need to do is basically copy and paste the info and create a .vbs file. I guess I'll have to delete the ">" sign. Is there anything else I need to edit within the script to make it work?