Re: Site and content rules

Jim,

ISA is installed as a firewall.  I have configured 
protocol rules to permit additional ports beyond those 
allowed by the web proxy with no success.

John
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> Is ISA installed as a firewall or web cache?
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> Jim Harrison
> MCP(NT4, W2K), A+, Network+, PCG
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> From: "Noor" <akesdatabase@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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> Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 10:36 AM
> Subject: [isalist] Site and content rules
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> Dear Friends
> 
> I have read an article on isaserver.org regarding site and
> content rules. I have created the rules to block some
> sites, but the main problem is when a client puts proxy
> settings in IE it blocks and when the client remove proxy
> setting (i.e. ip address of ISA server port 8080), it
> doesnot block the site. Is there a way to apply site and
> content rules to those clients who have not put the proxy
> settings in IE.
> 
> Your advice needed on how to block files which have
> extensions .exe, .mp3, .avi etc.
> 
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