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ISA 2006 and domain controller set

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Does anyone know how to edit the domain controller set within ISA 2006 EE?
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by:pwindell
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There is no such thing as a Domain Controller Set by default,...you would have had to create it yourself,...therefore you edit it just like you created it.

Since this is EE it has to be done on the CSS (Configuration Storage Server).
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by:infoplateform
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can you pls explain what you want to do

need more explanation pls
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by:soniczoom5
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When you first install ISA, ISA goes out and finds all the domain controllers within your domain and allows certain access protocols; I have changed the IP address on one DC; how do I inform ISA of the change?
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In the System Policies.

Right click on Firewall Policy in the MMC Tree and choose "Edit System Policy" from the popup menu.

However the "default" is to just use "Internal",...it does not single-out each DC and add it to anything.  So your changing of the IP of a DC should not effect anything in System Policy.

The only thing you need to change is the DNS IP# within the normal TCP/IP specs of the Internal Nic in just Windows itself.  There is nothing to change in the ISA/TMG software.
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