ISA 2006 paths


I have a isa with a certificate for the adress
This points to a IIS on a server in my network, Server1

I want to set up  a site on another IIS serve, Server2. It should use the same certificate as above.

Read an article on that said that this should be possible, but I cant get it to work.

When adding a path in ISA I am not able to point to a scondary server.

Any tips?
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itscdoorwayAuthor Commented:
You link sends me to the ISA 2004 documentation.
Read the article, but dident find an answer to my problem.
I'm not 100% sure but i would try the following two methods.

Create two web publishing rules with the same listener (same certificate) and just differ on the webserver to redirect and on the paths which are defined.

If this does not work (but it should) then try using web chaining
itscdoorwayAuthor Commented:
Ended up using two sertificates and two top domains

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