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Sharepoint 2010 firewall

Hello all.. Could someone please tell me what the settings are to successfully publish a sharepoint 2010 website to outside clients and have them auto login (ntlm or windows authentication)

My clients are usually logging onto our intranet from work, but when they take their laptops home, I'd like their homepage (our intranet) to auto-login the same as it does at work..

Tech info..
clients are windows xp, sp3, IE7
Server is windows 2008 R2, Sharepoint 2010
Firewall is ISA 2006, SP1

Thanks alot.
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steve-corcoran
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FastFngrzCommented:
Port 443, assuming you have an SSL cert on the ISA server.

It's an ISA "Web publishing wizard"  - See http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/How-to-Publish-Microsoft-Sharepoint-Service-ISA-Server-2006.html
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FastFngrzCommented:
the auto-login is only a function of either the user already being domain authenticated and passing the credentials to SP.  

Otherwise, the user will need to click "Save password" in IE, not a good idea, but servicable, if you don't mind the employee's kids on the intranet.  :)
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steve-corcoranAuthor Commented:
thanks
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