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publishing a secure website on isa 2004

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publishing a secure website on isa 2004
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Without some detail the best I can do is just point you at the guides.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/isa/2004/plan/publishingwebservers.mspx

If the web server is actually on the ISA server itself
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885186

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Any update?
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Thanks, Keith for your relpys. The Webserver was not on the ISA Server.

I ended removing ISA SP3 then re-installing it which resloved the issue.
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Nice. Never seen SP3 cause any issues but its worth remembering :)
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