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Install two ISA server 2006 in a workgroup

Hi experts,
I have two ISA Server 2006 in my DMZ. My server are in a workgroup and they have 3 NIC. The first is installed how ISA SERVER storage, I'd like to join the second ISA in the array of the first ISA, for replicate all rules and have fault tollerance, but when i spin CD and make the setup on my secon server I receive the error that I need of one domain. I don't want install ADAM for security reason.
Is possible install my ISA in workgroup? Need I to install certificate?
Have any idea or any documentation?
Thanks in advance,
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what u want to create is a configuration storage server (css) which is a adam database on a third server
which stores alle rules, monitoring...

When installing ISA's in a workgroup and your css server is in the domain u have to create a trust with a certificate!
Check ISACertTool for handling this!
delcuratAuthor Commented:
Hi  thanks for your answer. I want to install only two Isa Server in workgroup and I'd like that the css is on both Isa, and they replicate with a trust. But I think this confoguration is not possible to do. What do you think?
hmmm i dont think that this is working!
Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
The recommended solution is to have the CSS on a completely seperate server from that hosting the ISA services.

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