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hi i have the following problem
I have isa 2004 installed as a proxy(only one network card) and firewall client on all pcs.My problem is that when i try to access outlook web access (exchange is hosted in another domain outside company)  i keep on getting the window to input my username and password  for about 10 times and then on left where the message pane is it sais access denied. When i go to IE and disable the proxy setting all is fine. I also tried to put ther url of owa in the do not use proxy server with addresses beginig with in IE but again the same. Cant anyone tell me what modification i have to make to isa in order for owa to work or anyother ideas to by pass the following problem

Many Thanks,
Foukos7
 
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by:heathcote123
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if you look under network configuration in isa, you should be able to make a routing rule to direct the client directly to these OWA server rather than proxying it. Sorry I can't be more specific, unfortunately I don't have an ISA server to hand.
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by:Foukos7
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Hello

No one is able to help?
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by:heathcote123
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Did you try my suggestion?
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by:heathcote123
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in ISA 2000 - (not sure on 2004 but probably similar)

policy elements>new destination set

call it OWA, go into properties & add the destination site (owa.example.com or whatever)

network configuration>routing>

add new rule, call it 'OWA direct acess'
select the destination set

under actions tab, select 'retrieve directly'
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by:Foukos7
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If possible can you pls be more specific as i have no clue about isa in general here we have isa 2004
If not i ll try and look it up on the net

Many thanks
Foukos7
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heathcote123 earned 250 total points
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there is a how-to here, under 'setting up clients for direct access'

Dont know if it will, work, but got to be worth a try.
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