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How to install configure ISA 2004, so it can allow all inbound access the internet and send email from exchange

How to install configure ISA 2004, so it can allow all inbound access the internet and send email from exchange, as well as enable VPN client.
basic only I dont want complicated config.
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HayesJupeCommented:
ummm create rules to allow all outbound access for your internal network, which will allow internet access and SMTP mail access out from exchange
Then enable VPN (with PPTP or L2TP.... but if you want simple, PPTP is the way to go)
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phantom024Commented:
Dont forget that before any of the firewall rules will be applied you must create a network rule establishing a NAT relationship between the internal and external networks.
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
No offence but that is not accurate. If the ISA has been installed as a backend firewall then the network relationship between internal and external is route - not nat. In addition, many installations provide the NAT condition on their external routers. The default installation for a frontend ISA will be NAT automatically.

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phantom024Commented:
You are correct, a route relationship is used in many cases.  when the question posted "basic only I don't want complicated config" i figured that he would not be having back to back firewalls, so I made an assumption that he would be using NAT.  I use a public addressed DMZ on ISA that utilizes route relations, but I would start to consider those more complicated setups.
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phantom024Commented:
Oops, hit submit a little to soon.  I just wanted to say that the point of my original comment was to not forget about the Network Rules.  I have seen a lot of new ISA users have problems because they setup firewall policies without having the network rules in place first. Without the network rules being in place properly, the firewall policies will not accomplish anything.
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ssalim1Author Commented:
duplicated question
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