We are building an Exchange 2007 from scratch for our 500 users.
We need to provide remote access through OWA and Outlook Anywhere for 100 remote laptop users.
ISA server can be used to permit these remote connections. We currently have experience with ISA.
Can this be done equally as well without an ISA server?
At first glance, it occurred to me that not having an ISA server would save us cost and complexity.
If we decide to skip the ISA server for these functions, what am I sacrificing? Pros / Cons?
Any and all comments very much appreciated.