- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2002 13:28:21 -00

New articles added to this month:

Title: Understanding the Firewall Client Control Channel
Summary: One of the least understood, and more feared aspects of ISA Server is 
the Firewall client. While Jim Harrison did a great job of explaining how the 
Firewall client .ini files works, there is little documentation on how the 
Firewall client talks to the ISA Server. In this article I show you the insides 
of the Firewall Client Control Channel.

Title: Publishing Web Sites using Client Certificate Authentication
Summary: One of the great ISA Server mysteries is "how do you use client 
certificate authentication with the Incoming Web Requests listener?" If you 
ever wondered how it worked, or tried and failed to make it work, then this 
article is for you. I'll show you the steps and convince you that its a lot 
easier than you think!

Title: Understanding SSL bridging and tunneling within ISA
Summary: In this tutorial I will explain ISA?s SSL (Secure Socket Layer) 
bridging capabilities and features to give you a better understanding of this 
feature so that you can use it to strengthen your ISA infrastructure within 
your Networking environment. 

Title: Article Updates in Your Mailbox!
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Title: Tom Shinder?s ISA Server Questions of the Week - 10/14/2002
Summary: This week we cover Exchange Server in the private address DMZ, 
Whacking Webmail viruses and worms, Exchange 5.5 and the Message Screener, and 
a lot more!

Title: Using ISA Content Groups to Restrict the Use of Non Business Related 
Summary: Ensure that your bandwidth is used efficiently. This tutorial will 
show you how to configure ISA Server's content groups to streamline and enforce 
your bandwidth policies, giving you the control that you may require.

Title: ISA Server Destination Sets and Inbound and Outbound Access
Summary: Destination Sets are used by a number of ISA Server Policies. But do 
you understand how Destination Sets work and how to apply them effectively? If 
not, then check out this article and learn the secrets of Destination Sets!

Title: ISA Server 2000 and DSL by David Fosbenner
Summary: Having problems getting your DSL connection to work with ISA Server? 
In this article David Fosbenner shows you the secret path to DSL success! If 
you've been cursing your DSL connection, read this article now!

Title: Running a DNS Server on the ISA Server
Summary: A lot of people want to run DNS servers on the ISA Server machine 
itself. If you find yourself in the situation where you need to make the ISA 
Server your public access DNS server, or want to make the ISA Server a 
caching-only DNS server, then give this article a look.

Title: Using ISA dial on demand for Internet connections.
Summary: This tutorial will cover the outline about using ISA dial-on-demand, 
reasons and various scenarios where dial-on-demand ISA technology can be used. 
I will also show you how to set alerts to ensure that this technology does not 
fail you or your organization. In mission critical environments where internet 
is a vital resource it may prove necessary to utilize this untapped ISA feature.

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