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Microsoft ISA Bandwith Control Application

I am looking for a software for ISA 2000, in order to be able for Bandwidth control at users.

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MinoDCCommented:
You can usa isa 2000 to do this, look here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302875/en-us

and monitoring bandwidth usage as described here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Windows_Security/Q_22800615.html
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DareDevilE12Author Commented:
My ISA is 2000 standard but, I do not see the step (4. Right-click Bandwidth Rules, click New, and then click Rule.)

So I can not proceed

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MinoDCCommented:
In console tree expand your server name;
under  "Publish" you find the folder "Bandwidth Rules" .
(http://www.isaserver.org/img/upl/pubowa2003part5/Image1653.gif)

Next you can proceded with step 4
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pwindellCommented:
MS removed the Bandwidth Control features in ISA because they never really worked right anyway,...so don't wast your time with them.

You have to use third-party tools to accomplish what you are wanting. Here are some suggestions, but I don't know if they still work with the old ISA2000.

http://www.isaserver.org/software/ISA/Bandwidth-Control/

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DareDevilE12Author Commented:
Very good tool especially the Bandwidth Splitter but it is not free...
I am looking for something free, I don't want to invest in a very old edition like ISA 2000.

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pwindellCommented:
I don't think you realize what you're asking for.  You are asking for an expensive (almost rare) technology,...something MS failed to successfully create and gave up,...and wanting it for free.  You get what you pay for,...and in this case pay nothing, get nothing.
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DareDevilE12Author Commented:
I know better believe me what mean (You get what you pay) but it is planned to change the ISA with a appliance machine, at six months for this reason, I was searching for a cheap or free solution.

Thanks for your help,most probable I will deal with Bandwidth Splitter.

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pwindellCommented:
I understand :-)
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