Last Updated on 29 July 2014, Total: 86 Articles and Tutorials
How to use ISA Server’s Web Publishing feature to publish various applications and services such as OWA and RDP.
One of the most popular features included with Windows 2000 is the Terminal Server. The Windows 2000 Terminal Server allows multiple clients access to the Terminal Server and have each client run its own session. This is unlike remote control solutions such as PCAnywhere or VNC, where a single administrative session is established with the destination server. The Windows 2000... Read More
As we know, Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 is a new firewall product. It provides excellent security and reduced total cost of ownership. We can place our servers, such as Web Servers, Exchange Servers and others behind the ISA server and keep them safe from Internet intruders. At the same time, ISA server can work as a Firewall... Read More
Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Exchange 2000 allows users to access their mailbox located on an Exchange 2000 server using a web interface. Users are also able to use their web browser to access the Public information store. Outlook Web Access can greatly simply remote access to Exchange based information for remote clients... Read More
One of the most frequently asked questions on the www.isaserver.org site is “how do I publish my internal mail server”. Second on the list of frequently asked questions is “why didn’t my publishing rule work?”. In this article, we’ll take a look at secure mail server publishing using ISA Server... Read More
Publishing a web site located on the ISA Server entails some special problems you must address before you begin publishing. By default, IIS wants to use Port 80 to listen for inbound web requests. However, since the ISA Server’s Web Proxy service uses Port 80 to Listen for inbound web requests, you cannot have both the ISA Server and the... Read More
ISA Server allows you to make internal resources, such a web servers, email servers and FTP servers, available to Internet users. This process of making internal services available to users on an external network is called “Publishing”. When you Publish a service on your internal, private network, you allows selective access to external users... Read More