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  • can i control the interness of the client with ISA server 2006?

    hi all,

    I have 1 ISA server 2006, and 1 domain controller and more then 80 pc. i need to prevent the Internet access on some website. now all of the client need to enable the proxy setting at their web browser. when thay enable the proxy in the web browser, my web proxy is work. if they don't enable the proxy setting in the web server, thay can surf all the website. so i need to control that case. my needs is if thay don't enable the proxy setting in the web browser, thay can't u Internet. this is my needs. i don't want to control by GPO. Can i create like my needs at ISA Server 2006? like port, NAT or something .... i don't know.
    pls help me......

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: can i control the interness of the client with ISA server 2006?

    This has been discussed before.
    What don't you want to control by GPO?

    You can force proxy settings by using a GPO to make IE conform to your wishes on if it uses a proxy or not but this will not affect Firefox etc.

    You need to stop people using your rotuer for outbound traffic by denying traffic on it from everything apart from your ISA server (depending on it's location). This will force people to use it. Obviously you need to make sure you know of any applications etc that do need external access this way.
    cheers
    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: can i control the interness of the client with ISA server 2006?

      Does ISA function as a firewall or as a proxy?

      Also, you can deploy the wpad.dat via dhcp. (option 252)
      Via gpo you can enable the setting automatic detect proxy settings.
      Check this out:
      http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/C...discovery.html
      http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa....mspx?mfr=true
      http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa...discovery.mspx
      Marcel
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