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10. In the Public Name Details dialog box, select Any Domain Name from the Accept Requests For field and click Next. 11. In the Select Web Listener dialog box, click New to create a new web listener. 12. Enter a descriptive name for the new web listener and click Next. 13. In the IP Addresses dialog box, select External, Internal and Local Host; then click Next. 14. In the Port Specification dialog box, de-select Enable HTTP and select Enable SSL (retaining the default port 443) so that ISA listens only for https requests for the WSS server (see Figure 2-17).
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Figure 2-17. Setting the port specification 15. Click the Select button to select the certificate that was installed on this server earlier. 16. Highlight the extranet-wss certificate and click OK. 17. Click Next and Finish to complete the web listener configuration. 18. In the User Sets dialog box, accept the default of All Users and click Next. 19. Click Finish to complete the SSL web-publishing rule.
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20. Click the Apply button at the top of the Firewall Policy window to save the new rule, as shown in Figure 2-18.
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Figure 2-18. Applying the new firewall policy
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Next, we need to allow the ISA Server to communicate with the WSS server. We do this with an access rule as follows: 1. Navigate to Arrays EXTRANET-ISA Firewall Policy (EXTRANET-ISA) in the left object tree. 2. Right-click the Firewall Policy node and choose New Access Rule. 3. Provide a descriptive name such as Allow ISA To Access Internal Servers and click Next. 4. Select Allow and click Next. 5. In the Protocols dialog box, select All Outbound Traffic from the This Rule Applies To List and click Next. 6. In the Access Rule Sources dialog box, click Add and select Computer Sets/Managed ISA Server Computers; then click Add, Close, and Next. 7. In the Access Rule Destinations dialog box, click Add and select Network Sets/All Networks (and Local Host); then click Add, Close, and Next. 8. In the User Sets dialog box, select the default of All Users and click Next; then click Finish.
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In some instances, WSS will need to access the Internet. For example, a web part that needs to query an external Really Simple Syndication (RSS) source for news, or the Microsoft stock quote web part, will attempt to execute a query against external URLs. Unless ISA Server is configured to allow WSS to access the Internet, these web parts will fail. To enable WSS to access the Internet, follow these steps: 1. Navigate to Arrays EXTRANET-ISA Firewall Policy (EXTRANET-ISA) in the left object tree. 2. Right-click the Firewall Policy node and choose New Access Rule. 3. Provide a descriptive name such as Allow WSS To Access Internet and click Next. 4. Select Allow and click Next. 5. In the Protocols dialog box, select Selected Protocols from the This Rule Applies To list, click the Add button, open the Common Protocols node, add HTTP and HTTPS to the list of selected protocols, and then click Next. 6. In the Access Rule Sources dialog box, click Add and select New Computer Set. 7. Type a descriptive name such as WSS Servers Set, click Add to add an IP range, enter WSS Servers for the name, and type the start and end range for the WSS extranet server(s) (for example, 192.168.1.151 192.168.1.152), and click OK twice. 8. Open the Computer Sets node; highlight the set you just added (for example, WSS Servers Set) and click Add, Close, and then Next. 9. In the Access Rule Destinations dialog box, click Add and select Network Sets/All Networks (and Local Host); then click Add, Close, and Next. 10. In the User Sets dialog box, select the default of All Users and click Next; then click Finish. We also need to modify the Web.Config file in the root WSS folder (typically c:\inetpub\ wwwroot) on each WSS server. This tells WSS what proxy server to use for outbound traffic. To accomplish this, open the Web.Config file, and immediately after the </SharePoint> tag place the following text: <system.net> <defaultProxy> <proxy proxyaddress="http://extranet-isa:8080" bypassonlocal="true" /> </defaultProxy> </system.net>
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