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    Microsoft ISA

    Does anyone know of a way or a utility in which you can export from a ISA list?

    Even though we have our filtering via the LEA we still like to block things on site to as it can be quicker!

    However, we have a very long list of blocked URL's and would like to export them to a text file (or somthing similar) as a back up and a general reference.

    Any ideas... :?: :!: :?: :!:

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    If you right click on your ISA list under URL sets in Network Objects, there is the option to "export selected". That exports it as an xml file. Thats how we do it because we have over 10,000 sites on there, including something like 400 proxy sites and I am buggered if I am typing those all in again

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    ops: Ah right, I will check that out next time i RDC into the proxy!

    I have been trying this for a few weeks now though, via all the menu systems etc and i can swear i have nver seen anything like, nevermind. I can but try.

    Thanks

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    hi

    try these scripts i use for isa 2000.

    also look at this site http://isatools.org/

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    Quote Originally Posted by markcuk
    hi

    try these scripts i use for isa 2000.

    mark
    Thanks Mark, I will get on to them later this morning once the password resets have calmed down!

    I will let you know the end result!

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    Also remember to export your ISA config every now and again, should you need to reinstall ISA at some point all you need to do is vanilla install ISA then import this, viola, all back to how it was.

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    Unfortunately we are still on an old version of ISA [3.0.12.00.16] anyone got any useful scripts for this version of ISA?

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    Re: Microsoft ISA

    @DaveP: Don't have the scripts to hand but some Googling will help you find some VERY good scripts for importing Squid blocklists... just don't get too carried away and import millions of sites.



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