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    Cool Bringing a Sharepoint 2007 server into an ISA

    Hi we have finally got our sharepoint server working the way we want it to now, we have all the SLG stuff on it and a few other sites for us to use. But now my network manager has said that he wants to move it from the DMZ and put it in our ISA. i have no idea on how hard this will be and if it will kill off any of the sites or webparts. If anyone knows of how i can pull it inside our ISA and not kill anything off that would be great. also we have our websites inside our ISA as well, now if we move the MOSS07 inside will that affect the websites. I have also seen the ISA logon screen how can i activate that for just the MOSS 07 website, Thanks in advanced.

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    a few questions there haha

    On the ISA box you want to create a new lister that is for your SharePoint and looks at AD to authenticate. This will stop it from affecting your current websites. It will also allow you to use the ISA Form Authentication.

    In ISA you will see a publishing rule that allows you publish a SharePoint site.

    Where you have your sharepoint server depends on your network topology. I would recommend you didnt have you whole server in the DMZ. Move it behind the firewall ensuring you can still acccess the SQL and AD servers from the SharePoint box.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by apearce View Post
    On the ISA box you want to create a new lister that is for your SharePoint and looks at AD to authenticate. This will stop it from affecting your current websites. It will also allow you to use the ISA Form Authentication.

    In ISA you will see a publishing rule that allows you publish a SharePoint site.
    Cheers for this, im a bit of a n00b when it comes to ISA 2006 so where would i go to create the lister and publishing rule?

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    I think i found it all, you create the publishing rule first then creat a TCP 443 lister?

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    you can do it either way - when you run through the publishing wizard you have to select a listener or create a new one.

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