Re: Feature Pack 1 RELEASED!

Hi Tim,

Use the one that fits your needs. Works the same as URLScan when its
installed on the Web server itself, except that settings on the ISA
Server apply to *all* published servers. This might be a bit of
challenge if you're publishing OWA, FP, and whatever other types of
servers you want to publish, all requiring different URLScan.ini
configs. 

The first thing I need to do is see if there are any differences between
the OWA settings for the ISA URLScan.ini and what we use when we install
it on the Web server. The next test is to determine whether we can the
settings for the various server roles into a single URLScan.ini file
(OWA, FP, Microsoft Project, SharePoint, etc) and use that. However, I
suspect if you have a wide array of server roles that you need to
support, you're best off configuring URLScan on each Web server.

Would like to hear conflicting opinions, though :-)

HTH,
Tom

Thomas W Shinder
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From: Deus, Attonbitus [mailto:Thor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
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Subject: [isalist] Re: Feature Pack 1 RELEASED!


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At 10:44 AM 1/7/2003, you wrote:
>http://www.ISAserver.org
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>Ha :-D I think they're fixed the file extensions on the docs.
>
>Would be interesting to see if the SMTP filter fixes your issues. I do
>know that it fixes the AUTH problem, which is REALLY COOL!!!!

In regard to "URLScan for ISA," the docs are not explicit, so I would
like 
some clarification.

There are actually 3 .ini files created for URLScan:

urlscan.ini
urlscan_iis.ini
urlscan_owa.ini

I assume that these only work for Web Publishing... In addition, is the 
urlscan_owa.ini only used for sites published using the OWA Web
Publishing 
wizard?  Is it safe to assume that the urlscan_iis.ini is used for all 
other web publishing?  And what is the default urlscan.ini file used 
for?  In my installation, where I enabled the OWA filter, the
urlscan.ini 
and urlscan_owa.ini file seem identical.

Anyone?  Bueller? Anyone?

T

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