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we have external sites with different subnets that want to access our internal website, but they can not PING website server. ISA server does not allow extranet access to internal webserver. Please guide me. Thanks.
I have setup an corporate extranet using a basic website I made in html. I setup security so when someone accesses it, they have to use their Active Directory account to login in to the web page. It is simple. Just as it is default in IIS6, a window pops up asking for username and password. I want...