This precise pocket-sized guide delivers immediate answers for managing ISA Server caching and firewall services on your Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 based network.
Zero in on core configuration and support procedures with the help of quick-reference tables, step-by-step instructions, and lists. You get fast, accurate information on the spot—whether you’re at your desk or in the field!
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- Install ISA Server 2000 with Feature Pack 1
- Upgrade from Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0
- Configure and manage firewall, Web proxy, and SecureNAT clients
- Define inbound and outbound access policies
- Implement Web and server publishing rules
- Create and manage arrays in an Active Directory environment
- Optimize network scalability with CARP and network load balancing
- Set up VPNs and perimeter networks
- Configure ISA Server security features
- Monitor traffic and events and detect intrusions
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