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    Two Upstream Proxys from ISA

    Hello Fokes;

    We have a ISA firewall server through which we place all of our student traffic which is then directed to the LEA. The staff have there proxy set up directly to the LEA.

    We want to have all the staff also running through ISA but with their trafic going to a different port on the upstream server to that of the kids.

    Has anyone else done this? Any advice would be very welcome.

    Many thanks

    .Adam

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    Re: Two Upstream Proxys from ISA

    Never tried it, but I'd be surprised if the ISA Web Proxy will route to a different upstream proxy based on client user/group .

    Best you can do might be students use the Web Proxy chained to LEA #1, staff use SecureNAT to get to their proxy LEA #2.. which may be what you have already.

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