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March 30, 2009  12:52 PM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 4



Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS 2008

I know I keep promising to finish this series and I will get to it here it has just been a little crazy around here. March and Feb is a big month for birthdays around the house and this last weekend was finally the last one for a while. It was my wife's youngest sons 7 Bday and of course it turned...

March 7, 2009  9:41 PM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 3



Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS 2008

I know I have lagged on finishing this up but it will be coming sorry for the delay but it has been a crazy week and I have not got much done outside of work. One of my clients was adding a new store to their growing list of locations and also they had a main terminal Server go down on Wednesday so...


February 21, 2009  1:59 AM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 2



Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS, SBS 2008

In this post we are going to talk about setting up the device sitting in front of your ISA Server either your Basic Router of choice or in this instance I will be using a Sonic Wall device. What you must decide is the IP Range you are going to use for your space between the SonicWall Lan link and...


February 21, 2009  1:45 AM

Publishing SBS 2008 with ISA Server 2004 or ISA 2006 Part 1



Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, ISA 2006, SBS, SBS 2008

I know many of you have SBS 2003 Premium with ISA 2004 Server. I know there are those of us that like to use ISA to protect the domain either by itself or in a 2 Layer aapproach. I myself have my clients running a Sonic Wall firewalls out in front of the ISA Server. I will be walking you though the...


January 27, 2009  1:30 PM

SBS 2003 with ISA 2004 Internal Client VPN Problems



Posted by: Roger Crawford
ISA 2004, Microsoft Windows, SBS, SBS 2003, VPN Clients, Windows Server 2003

I had a customer who has a SBS 2003 SP1 Server with ISA 2004 who uses a VPN off their client machines to a site that they submit claims too using the ATT Global Dialer. Well I got the sheet from them on Ports and IP's that needed to be allowed to do there certain parts and got them all added but...


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