RE: New to ISA - SSL question

Hi MSB,

Then you can install the Verisign cert into the machine certificate
store on the ISA Server firewall. You can even perform SSL to SSL
bridging without installing the Verisign cert onto the Web server. I
need to do an article on that one, because I think a few people are
buying two Verisign certs just do accomplish SSL to SSL bridging, and
that's not required.

HTH<
Tom

Thomas W Shinder
www.isaserver.org/shinder 
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From: MSB [mailto:mbaker112@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
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I am obtaining the cert threw verisign...

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