Windows Thread, ISA2006 logging client usernames in Technical; After a recent domain migration we now seem to have a problem with ISA server where it wasn't allow users ...
30th April 2008, 08:06 PM #1
ISA2006 logging client usernames
After a recent domain migration we now seem to have a problem with ISA server where it wasn't allow users on a child domain to access the internet via it as a proxy server when it exists in the forest root domain.
That now seems to be solved (strangly) but it has stopped logging client usernames for when an acceptable website is accessed - instead it just logs anonymous. When a connection is denied (ie a blocked website) it logs the client username is it always used to.
Any ideas why this is?
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30th April 2008, 09:34 PM #2
May depend on how your ISA rules are setup. If your rules are still setup to allow both olddomain\users and anonomys then the only option for the client is to go through as annonomys. It may be an idea to check the rules that you have enabled and make sure that the groups match up the to current ones in use.
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