RE: ISA 2004 on W2K3 DC...

Hi Shawn,
 
OK, I won't blame you. :-)  I'm sure the config is possible, but I don't
know if the result will be very clean. What I would do it wait for the
SBS team to come up with their config and then use that. I'll be taking
a close look at it and see if there are ways that maybe we can tighten
it up, since a non-SBS box doesn't have to support all the functionality
that a SBS box does, but it could still be a DC.
 
Thanks!
Tom

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From: Shawn P. Lemay [mailto:slemay2@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 8:23 PM
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Subject: [isalist] ISA 2004 on W2K3 DC...


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OK - I know the practice is bad... don't blame the tech here...
 
I have two offices that purchased W2K3 and ISA 2004.  Their intent is to
have one domain with a VPN tunnel between the two offices with AD
replication between the two servers.  Both servers will do DNS, DHCP,
SUS, and basic AD.  I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure out how to
do this with ISA 2004.  I know this is the "preferred" way to do it in
SBS (which I discouraged them from buying all together - as they'd only
get one DC out of it).  I have figured out how to get the DHCP to work
(again - all these services are on the same ISA 2004 box) - but can't
get the rest to work reliably.  Any suggestions?  Thanks,
Shawn
 
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