Security groups vs primary groups

Posted on 2007-11-25
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I have heard about changes in primary groups in previous versions of ISA server 2000 to Security groups in ISA 2004 and 2006.  I suppose the 2004 and 2006 are.NET based. Can some one help explaining the differences or lead me to a resource?

Thank you in advance.
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Keith Alabaster earned 100 total points
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Not at all - the group concept in all versions of ISA are identical - groups are based on your active directory groups or groups of ip addresses, subnets, url's or domain names that you created in the destination sets in ISA2000 or in the Toolbox in ISA2004/2006. ISA has no knowledge of .net in respect to its operation or configuration.



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Thanks for the reply I am sorry i got my question wrong. I wanted to know the difference between security and primary groups implemented in windows 2003 and windows 2000 server
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Wow - that is a hell of a different question..... :)   lol

Why did you post in the firewalls area?  I am a Page Editor so i will transfer your question to a more suitable area for you.



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