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ISA server caching only the local website

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We have an ISA server running, but it only shows the local website.

I mean, no matter what kind of address you type, you get forwarded to the local website.

Does anyone know why and how to solve it?

Thanks,
Roberto
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Please delete all you duplicate questions !!

I would suggest reading up on ISA in both the help and check out the MS site.

I hope this helps !
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Adding comment for testing.

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Adding comment.
I swear I typed all the comments.

Roberto.
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I believe you rmaranhao. It is a known problem, this no text thing, it happens from time to time. It is not nice, that's for sure.

Maybe you can try to type your comment again?
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Sorry for the duplicate questions.
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The problem is that we had both ISA and IIS on the same machine, and they use the same port in W2K.

Once we moved ISA, the problem was gone.
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