ISAserver.org - Using ISA Server 2004 RADIUS Authentication in Web Publishing Rules (Part 1)
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ISAserver.org - RealTime Article Update Hi ISAlist, Title: Using ISA Server 2004 RADIUS Authentication in Web Publishing Rules (Part 1) Author: Paul Baldwin Summary: A valuable feature in any firewall is an ability to authenticate users before they are allowed to communicate with servers behind that firewall. ISA Server is one of the few firewalls that can provide this service for any Web servers that it publishes, but previously this feature had only been practical if the ISA Server was a domain member with access to the Active Directory. With ISA Server 2004 additional methods of authenticating were introduced, one of which allows the ISA Server to authenticate users in the Active Directory without requiring the ISA Server to be a member of that Active Directory forest. The mechanism it uses is RADIUS, a protocol perhaps better known in connection with dial-up and VPN access. Link: http://www.ISAserver.org/tutorials/ISA2004-RADIUS-Authentication-Web-Publishing-Rules-Part1.html Visit the Subscription Management (http://newsletter.isoftmarketing.com/) section to unsubscribe. ISAserver.org is in no way affiliated with Microsoft Corp. For sponsorship information, contact us at advertising@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Copyright © ISAserver.org 2004. All rights reserved.
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