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Outlook Express - 9.Jan.2003 3:05:00 PM   
LD ISA user

 

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Hi,

I installed ISA server and are using destination sets. My internet is blocked except for those site, mentioned in the destination sets. Everything works fine...

Now my kids (using those sets) are complaining, that Outlook Express is not working. Searching the Microsoft site I dicovered, that Microsoft knows about this "authentication" problem. Outlook Express and ISA are not working together properly. They also placed 4 methodes to "fix" the problem. None of those methodes works for me. (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;247335)

Is there any change to use Outlook together with a restricted internet access?
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RE: Outlook Express - 9.Jan.2003 7:40:00 PM   
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Hi LD,

I've got it working. What you need to do is configure the MSN sites for Direct Access. Configure both *.msn.com and *.hotmail.com for Direct Access, then configure the browsers to use the Autoconfiguration script.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Outlook Express - 9.Jan.2003 9:23:00 PM   
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Oke, I added those sites in "client configuration" -> "Direct Access" and checked on the "General" tab (web browser) the "set web browser etc".
Do I need the "Use default Url" of "Use custom Url". Well, in both ways I still got the error message that I can not download the mail.

Do I have to set something on the clients? they are already proxy clients.

I is still anoying that is won't work.. [Frown]

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RE: Outlook Express - 9.Jan.2003 11:32:00 PM   
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Hi LD,

If you've set up WPAD records, you can set the browser to "automatically detect settings". If you don't have WPAD entries configured (and you'll know if you do, since you would have had to do so manually in DNS or DHCP), then copy and paste the default URL into the browser text box after selecting the "use automatic configuration script".

Make sure the machine is configured as a SecureNAT and/or Firewall client, since it needs some way to get to the internet that doesn't involve the Web Proxy service.

HTH,
Tom

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