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ISA 2006

I'm upgrading my ISA 2004 server to ISA 2006 on a different server. The 2006 server is running fine but I have come across a few instances on where I can't access certain pages through 2006 but when I point my proxy address to the 2004 server the page works.

The only real difference I see between the two servers are the firewall policies I created for the proxy users. The protocols I applied for the 2006 proxy server rules are HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP.

The protocols that are enabled for the 2004 proxy server rules are HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DNS, RPC, Telnet, Time, and bunch of different Kerberos, LDAP, Netbios protocols.

I didn't apply all of those protocols for 2006 because I wasn't sure if they were needed. I did not build our 2004 server.

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AGenMIS
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AGenMISAuthor Commented:
I forgot to mention that ISA 2006 is only being used for a web proxy and it's configured as a single network adapter.
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
ISA web proxy supports only Http(s)/ftp protocols.

Do you have an access rule allow http/s from localhost to external ?

Please use ISA traffic simulator to see which rule denies the traffic
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AGenMISAuthor Commented:
Where would I find the ISA traffic simulator?
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AGenMISAuthor Commented:
I found it. I didn't have SP1 installed.
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
First of all, please install SP1.
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