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How to Install and Configure ISA Server 2004 on Domain Controller Windwos Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition

Having Internal Domain XXXXX.com with single Domain Controller on Windows Server 2003 R2 and some Domain Members (Clients) of Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista of about 40 systems. We have two Broadband services one is Regular and other is Stand-By, these two connections (Router/MODEM) are directly configured to switch (Unmanaged Switch) and clients can access Internet without any limitations. Now  planning to install ISA Server 2004 on Domain Controller (Windows Server 2003 R2/ IBM SYSTEM X3650), which not having dual Network Cards. So how to install and configure ISA Server 2004 on it with clear details of ISA firewall Access Rules and explain how to Configure department wise client access to Internet.      
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Hisham_ElkouhaCommented:
1- Configure the other Network card with an IP address on the same range of the Broadband Connection, this is known as External Network.

2- Install ISA 2004 ( SP2 / 2006 SP1 ) , and when the wizard asks you for the Internal network , choose the internal NIC .

3- In Active Directory , crate a groups based on the department you have in your company,and the users according to it.

4- For Access Rules , create an access rule for Interet as following : Allow > Protocols:DNS,HTTP,HTTPS .... etc  > From : Internal  > To : External > Users :Create a new user Set ,and specify the group from you Active Directory.

5- If you face some difficulity regarding authentication , go to Configuration > Add-On > and disable RPC Filter.

Feel free to ask more.



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rajhydAuthor Commented:
Thanks for ur reply Mr.Hisham , but i cant install one more NIC on that server IBM SYSTEM X3650 because of some other bla blaa reasons. So please tell me if their any possibility to install ISA Server 2004 on it.
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Hisham_ElkouhaCommented:
I see ,

1-connect the Broadband Connection to your network and assign a static IP address on the same Internal network IP range (e.g. Last IP address on the range 172.16.10.254)  

2- Open ISA , go to Configuration > networks > Internal network and change the reange to like this (e.g. 172.16.10.253)

With this trick , you broadband connection is knows as External Network.
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rajhydAuthor Commented:
thanks,problem solved
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