Windows Thread, IE 7 + ISA + Websites in Technical; Good one this, and my head hurts
ISA 2004 server been installed years and all work, nothing changed on config ...
18th April 2008, 02:29 PM #1
IE 7 + ISA + Websites
Good one this, and my head hurts
ISA 2004 server been installed years and all work, nothing changed on config etc.
Clients using the above as a proxy
goto google, type in a search click search - blank page, if you click refresh you get your search results. Happens on this site as started recently. nothing in ISA logs.
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18th April 2008, 02:34 PM #2
Originally Posted by Newton
Hi ya, are you caching your sites? if so you could try clearing the cache on isa.
18th April 2008, 02:53 PM #3
- Rep Power
Could this be related to my post "Internet Problem" where the home page is displayed after pressing refresh. Not IE7 though.
18th April 2008, 03:02 PM #4
it could be as you are using a cache, try clearing the cache on it, iv found sometimes when the internet has gone down and you get 404's it still caches it for sometimes.
Originally Posted by karldenton
18th April 2008, 03:14 PM #5
We have a problem all of a sudden with ISA 2004 where it asks pupils for username and password to connect to the ISA server, if you type in details the page does not display, if you close down dialog box, close IE and reopen it is fine.
Just happens to random pupils.
18th April 2008, 05:05 PM #6
Are you using the isa firewall client?, if not you could try deploying that to a few test machine, to see if that help with the auth problem.
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