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    Facebook, IE 7 and 8 and isa 2000

    We are a school with boarders and allow pupil access to facebook at certain times of the day. We have IE7 and 8 and isa200 proxy server. Over the last 12 days none of the pages will display correctly. The palce holders are there but no graphics. even the blue background is missing.

    Any help will be gratefully received

    Thanks

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    Facebook have changed the site recently it might be something to do with that.

    I have never used ISA 2000 only 2004, 2006 & TMG.

    How are you allowing it through by a URL list or a domain list?

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    Post the urls you are using as I suspect you need to add more urls to the whitelist to get images going again.
    I had isa 2000 here, ooh I remember the days

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    It might be worth updating to something a little newer. If you can't afford ISA maybe change for a Linux solution?

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    Facebook destination Set

    Here are the destination sets that we use

    *facebook.com
    *en-gb.facebook.com
    Willkommen bei Facebook | Facebook
    http://www.facebook.com

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    Try using these:

    Code:
    facebook.com
    *.facebook.com
    http://facebook.com
    http://*.facebook.com
    https://facebook.com
    https://*.facebook.com
    It is important you have that dot after the * - the * is a wildcard so any DNS name under facebook.com will be allowed

    Try all 6 of these.
    Last edited by FN-GM; 18th February 2010 at 10:41 AM.

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    CSS and Javascript and profile images etc, comes from
    Code:
    *.fbcdn.net


    so you might want a rule to unblock that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackd View Post
    CSS and Javascript and profile images etc, comes from
    Code:
    *.fbcdn.net


    so you might want a rule to unblock that.

    Yep this is most likely your problem - if you don't allow the CDN (Content Delivery Network) you won't get any styles or pictures

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