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  • Exchange 2003 Clusters and ISA 2004

    I haven't seen many discussions on how to setup clustering whether it's with Exchange or other technolgies. When creating any rules in ISA Server 2004, do I create the rule and point it to the virtual cluster server name or the actual exchange server itself?

    For instance, if I wanted to publish OWA through ISA server, how do I do that if the Exchange servers are clustered?

    My topology is NOT a FE/BE but rather RPC over HTTPS.

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    Re: Exchange 2003 Clusters and ISA 2004

    Normally when using clustering, you point to the Exchange Virtual Server since this will respond on behalf of the cluster


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      Re: Exchange 2003 Clusters and ISA 2004

      That's what I thought but the engineer here has it pointing to the actual servers themselves. Any good documentation on how to setup RPC over HTTP in an Exchange Clustered environment using ISA 2004??

      One last item:
      Do I configure ISA2004 with the IP address of the virtual server for both inbound and outbound traffic?
      Last edited by Server_Dude; 13th December 2006, 06:30.

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