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Re: ISA Server

Post by iistapp on Thu Nov 04, 2010 4:05 am
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sanddbox wrote:Did anyone else find Tremor's post inspiring and awesome?

IT was indeed very interesting and helpful for me, guess you could call it awesome too :)
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Re: ISA Server

Post by Goatboy on Thu Nov 04, 2010 4:18 am
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Re: ISA Server

Post by iistapp on Tue Nov 30, 2010 7:29 am
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Hehe, sorry haven't checked back in here for some time, oh well.

New problem:

Gonna set up my own ISA server, so here is the deal, my job is to block out users who run Win XP, any ideas on how to do this? Or is it simply download this program and run it and problem solved?

Or is this simply impossible to do with ISA?
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Re: ISA Server

Post by tremor77 on Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:44 pm
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The Microsoft Technet support website and forums have a plethora of information regarding products like the ISA server. You should be able to find your answer within the depths of those pages. To be completely honest I am not certain, I would Imagine that this is possible... as you can setup policies (rules) on which users and workstations can join the DOMAIN. To join the DOMAIN any workstation must be setup by the Administrator... When you attempt to join the domain, it asks for permission from a user with the appropriate rights. So this is in essence your block on Win XP, simply refuse to join any XP machine to the DOMAIN. Any other computers on the network simply won't resolve an IP address, because no connection policy would be enabled. --- The terms in which I put this will probably get my flogged by a MCSA for putting it totally out of tech-jargon, but this is the way I understand it and relay it. I wish I had the eloquence of Thetan when it comes to technical language.
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Re: ISA Server

Post by mShred on Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:30 pm
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He does it again.
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Re: ISA Server

Post by iistapp on Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:03 am
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Thanks, that helped a lot! Will try checking their forums for some more information, maybe do some better googling about it, maybe I'll find something there after finding a few words to google on about at the support forum or something.

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