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    ISA 2004 & WSUS

    How do i get ISA 2004 to connect to my WSUS server?
    All other servers & PC's are getting their updates from WSUS, but not my ISA server

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    allow localhost http access to local WSUS server.

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    Tried that - still cant hit the server

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    does the machine have multiple NICs?

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    does it do DNS lookups locally or from LEA (ISP) DNS servers or both?

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    Did you set the winHTTP proxy with proxycfg.exe?

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisg
    does it do DNS lookups locally or from LEA (ISP) DNS servers or both?
    Our Own DNS server
    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    Did you set the winHTTP proxy with proxycfg.exe?
    Dont think so???

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    Code:
    proxycfg -d -p proxy.whereever.ac.uk:8080 yourwsusserver

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    erm aren't -d and -p mutually exclusive swithc options

    -d no proxy
    -p specific proxy

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    Re: ISA 2004 & WSUS

    nope. The way it does it it means that it'll try and go direct. If that fails then it'll go via your proxy. Except for your WSUS Server, where it'll go direct all the time.

    This arrangement ensures both your WSUS server works and you can still use http://update.microsoft.com

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