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ISA 2006 - DOES IT HAVE TO BE STANDALONE LINKED TO MY DC

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My intention is to setup a Win 2003 DC with 3 host pcs and a separate Win 2003/ISA 2006 server to be the firewall so I can also learn about ISA 2006 is the objective.  I have no spare cash so cannot buy ASA etc etc

Qns1. Does my ISA 2006 have to be installed on a separate box but not as a DC but just connected to the domain - ?

This is the list below I was given so wanted to confirm:

In simple terms, this is the supported options...

ISA 2000 - NON-DC - Windows 2000/Windows 2003 - 32-bit only
ISA 2000 - DC - SBS2000/SBS2003 - 32-bit only
ISA 2004 - NON-DC - Windows 2003 - 32-bit only
ISA 2004 - DC - SBS2003 - 32-bit only
ISA 2006 - NON-DC - Windows 2003 - 32-bit only
TMG 2010 - Non-DC - Windows W2008SP2/Windows 2008R2 - 64-bit only
TMG 2010 - Read Only DC - Windows W2008SP2/Windows 2008R2 - 64-bit only
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