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Windows 7 and ISA 2004

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Does Windows 7 and ISA 2004 play well together?

Everything is loaded but I cannot connect unless I change it in the internet options. Also when I restart the Lan settings uncheck?
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It's normal behaviour. Doesn't matter what OS you are running.

To browse the internet through the ISA proxy, you have to modify internet explorer accordingly:

For example:
1. set the proxy settings to your ISA server address and port

or/and

2. set automatic configuration script to: http://yourisaserver:8080/array.dll?Get.Routing.Script

or/and

3. modify the DHCP by setting the WPAD which allows IE to use the "automatic configuration detection".

If these settings dissapear at reboot, you have to modify the grouppolicy which is linked to your OU.

Hope this helps.
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