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removing ISA 2004 and installing ISA 2000

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I have a windows SBS 2003 premium sp1  server running isa server 2004.  I have a problem with this as I want to run isa in proxy and caching mode only and I cant seem to do it without isa interfering with windows firewall settings and group policy settings.  I am thinking of removing isa 2004 and installing isa 2000.  Would there be any issues with this and do I need to uninstall the MSDE instance for ISA 2004.  My real problem is that i cannot get OWA to work remotely and I know that if I remove ISA 2004 it should work. What would be the best course of action.  Bear in mind that I do not need the firewall capabilities of ISA server.

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Andrew
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I am not going to ask the logic behind your request so please feel free not to explain it as it would not make sense to me. Personally I would continue to use ISA2004 as it is a distinct improvement on isa2000. Additionally ISA2000 is now out of standard support with Microsoft so unless you have an extended support agreement your SBS support package will become void (you'll be using unsuopported components.

if this is really what you want to do then OK. Do you have two nics in the SBS box? If yes, then these need to be teamed together (so they operate as a single entity) or you should remove the unused one. Open the ISA gui, select configuration - networks then select from the right-hand window the single-nic option. This will use ISA2004 as proxy/cache only.

If you want to use ISA2000 then after teaming/removing a nic, remove isa2004 and install ISA2000 in proxy/cache mode only.

Either way, when you have finished make sure that you run the ceiw wizard again etc.

Cheers
Keith
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