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Publishing with ISA Server 2000
You can configure Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server to publish a Web server that is on an internal network or to use packet filtering. By configuring ISA Server to use packet filtering, Web requests can pass through to a Web server that is on a perimeter network, which is also known as a demilitarized zone (DMZ)
 

HOW TO: Configure the Web Publishing Service to Work with Internet Security and Acceleration Server 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 313072 - This step-by-step article describes how to use ISA Server to publish a Web server that is on an internal network. 

How to Enable Translating Client Source Address in Server Publishing 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 311777 - This article describes how to enable the translation of the client source address in server publishing. This feature is provided by Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 Service Pack 1. 

How to Publish a Citrix Server Behind ISA Server 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 300177 - This article describes how to publish a Citrix Metaframe version 1.8 server by using Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server so that external ICA clients can connect and run ICA sessions. 

HOW TO: Publish a Web Server on a Perimeter Network 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 313562 - This step-by-step article describes how to use a tri-homed ISA Server to publish a Web server that is on a perimeter network. A "tri-homed" computer refers to a computer that contains three network adapters.  

 

How to Publish Domain Name System Servers with Internet Security and Acceleration Server Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 291662 - This article describes how to publish a Domain Name System (DNS) server by using Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server.

How to Publish Outlook Web Access Behind Internet Security and Acceleration Server 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 290113 - This article describes how to configure Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server to enable Web access to Microsoft Exchange mail boxes by using Outlook Web Access (OWA), when Exchange is behind an ISA Server-based server. 

How to Publish a TCP/IP Printer Behind ISA Server 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 306071 - This article explains how to publish a printer by using TCP/IP behind the Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server. This article assumes that TCP/IP printing is working properly on the LAN. To correctly publish TCP/IP printer on the ISA Server computer, you must create a protocol definition as well as a Server Publishing rule within the ISA Server Management console. 

How to Use a Certificate for SSL Authentication Within a Web Publishing Rule 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 281106 - This article describes how to set up Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 to publish a Web site that requires clients to use certificates for authentication. This is required for Web sites that use certificate-based authentication 

HOW TO: Securely Publish Multiple Web Sites Using ISA Server
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 300435 - This step-by-step instruction guide describes how Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 publishes multiple Web sites to the Internet. This guide uses one server running on Windows 2000 Server SP2 with Microsoft Internet Information Server 

How to Server Publish a Terminal Server with ISA while also running Terminal Services on the ISA Server 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 294720 - This article describes how to Server Publish a Windows 2000 Terminal Server on a private Intranet to the Internet via Internet Security and Acceleration Server (ISA) where the ISA server is also running Terminal Server (either in Application Mode or Remote Admin mode).

Publishing A Web Site Using ISA Server - Part One
Before you publish your site, you have to make sure a couple of infrastructure issues and ISA Server components are set up. This article looks at the preparations you need to make before publishing a web site. Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing A Web Site Using ISA Server - Part Two
This is the second part of the 'Publishing A Web Site Using ISA Server', in this article, the author covers the actual publishing procedure. Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing A Mail Server With ISA Server
In this article, the author takes a look at secure mail server publishing using ISA Server Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing an FTP Server on ISA Server
In this article you will learn the steps involved with publishing an FTP server located on the ISA Server itself Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access with ISA Server
Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Exchange 2000 allows users to access their mailbox located on an Exchange 2000 server using a web interface. Users are also able to use their web browser to access the Public information store. Outlook Web Access can greatly simply remote access to Exchange based information for remote clients. Source: ISAServer.org


Configuring Inbound Connections 
ISA Server can be used to allow inbound connections for external clients who need to access information on your network. This may include corporate clients or even Internet clients accessing your Web site. Follow these steps to configure inbound connections on your server. Source: ISAServer.org

IIS 5.0 Socket Pooling 
Socket Pooling allows a particular service to listen on all IP addresses on a particular computer, this can cause problems in publishing various servers on the ISA Server itself. Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing Terminal Services and the TSAC Client
Terminal Services allow users to connect to a Windows 2000 Terminal Server and run their own user sessions on the machine. This allows users with non-Windows 2000 machines to take advantage of the Windows 2000 operating system and application environment. Follow these steps to set up Terminal Services on your ISA Server Source: ISAServer.org

Publishing Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access
This article reviews what Outlook Web Access can do, and how to implement Outlook Web Access on an ISA Server network Source: ISAServer.org

Install and Configure FTP Server behind ISA Server 2000 with unstandard port
This tutorial covers how to install an FTP server behind Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 with a non-standard port. Source: ISAServer.org

 

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