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Streaming Media

Every time i try to watch a streaming media through media player or try to upload a photo to a website it asks me to login to my ISA server and when i do login it wont let me do what i wanted. Now i am not a restricted user, i know restricted users are not allowed to do that, but i am an admin. Any adive?
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Macky4546
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Need more info.

What is the outbound rule applied to ISA for internal to external web traffic?
What authentication has been applied? All users? Authenticated users? AD group?
Are you using the ISA firewall client?

Have you made a boo-boo and ticked the all users must authenticate box in the configuration-networks-internal - properties section?
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Any update?
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Macky4546Author Commented:
Yeah for instance.. If i try to upload a photo to a website (ie. myspace), it will ask me to login to the ISA server..Why that?
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
The honest answer is because that is how you have configured the system.

Right-click the outbound http rule ands select properties. What authentication atre you using for this rule in the users section?
All users? Authenticated users?. AD Group or usernames?

Are you using the isa firewall client on the pc's?

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