[Dshield] (no subject)
Kevin at mfs-group.co.uk
Wed Mar 27 14:04:27 GMT 2002
I use ISA server here in my network, again, I am also the lone ISA
person, I have had no problems with ISA since the install, but as a
warning, it is a bitch to install.
A VERY good book for reference is Configuring ISA server 2000
Best place to get from I have found is either a computer fair or
Also check out www.ISAserver.org and join the mailing list.
Any problems or questions, gimme a shout on this private address
kevin at mfs-group.co.uk
Have a good one
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From: Kelly Martin [mailto:kellym at fb.org]
Sent: 27 March 2002 13:27
To: list at dshield.org
Subject: Re: [Dshield] (no subject)
Some of our affiliates are using ISA Server; they seem to have the
largest number of problems accessing resources on our network, problems
which have generally been traced to interference by ISA Server. I am,
frankly, skeptical about the merits of this product.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Savage" <bsavage at rnr-inc.com>
To: <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 6:53 AM
Subject: RE: [Dshield] (no subject)
> And is anyone else out there even USING ISA server? I've not seen it
> mentioned in this group. We're in the dark ages here, using MS Proxy
> 2.0 running on NT 4.0. I'm going upgrade ASAP and am thinking of
> moving to ISA. It's been recommended to me as a good product that
> will run well with our Windows 2000/Active Directory network. We're
> small, only about 20 users, and I'm the only IT resource (in other
> words I'm all alone here with a lot to do).
> Bob Savage
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