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    Forward a URL request onto another proxy server

    In ISA server is it possible to setup a rule where if you was to access a specific URL to forward it onto another proxy server? Does that make sense?

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    Yep, this is called web chaining in ISA and is found in the configuration->network node in ISA 2004.

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    Thanks for the response but I am having trouble finding it. We are using ISA 2004

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    You should be able to find web chaining by drilling down to the network configuration node in the ISA management console:

    server name -> configuration -> networks

    there should then be a tab called web chaining.

    I've attached a couple of screen shots which should show where to find it.

    For more info take a look here

    Hope that makes sense!

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    I have jut look and ideally I would like it only for one URL.

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    When setting up a new chaining rule using the wizard, just create a new url set that contains just the one url as the destination.

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