Jim, please respond

Hi Jim
I am new to ISA 2004, spending a lot of time on it.  please help me to 
configure it to block pop up adds and how do we manage the anti virus 
especially designed for ISA 2004.  I have posted this question few times but no 
one has responded.  I will appreciate the help.  please remember, I do not know 
much programming.
thanks
Fahim

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> -----Original Message----- 
> From: AHendriks@xxxxxx [mailto:AHendriks@xxxxxx] 
> Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 02:15 
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> Subject: [isalist] ISA 2004 & SurfControl 
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> I'm using ISA 2004 and SurfControl 5.0 for controlling the access to the 
> internet, from time to time i see in the real time logging window from 
> SurfControl blocked sites, which 5 minutes before was working correctly. 
> 
> When the sites are blocked, it seems that the sessions off the users are 
> timed out, and they have to refresh there sessions, and they start to 
> complain. 
> 
> Within ISA i have configured a rule which allowed workstation to connect 
> anonymous to the windows update site, which discussed in the following 
> article: 
> http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/support/updateauth 
> en.mspx 
> 
> After disabling the rule, and watching at the real time logging window, 
> i haven't seen this behavior again. 
> 
> A other behavoir is that when a user types a URL for a site, IE times 
> out, when an other user types the same URL, the content is displayd in 
> his browser. 
> The first user have to hit refresh before the content is displayd. 
> 
> One of the tuning tips was disabling logging, we where logging the ISA 
> logs to an external SQL box, SurfControl uses the same for his logging. 
> 
> What could be the problem. 
> 
> Arjan 
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