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Components of a Secure Web Publishing Rule Configuration
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Secure Web publishing rules are a special type of Web publishing rule. Because of this, many of the same configuration options apply to both types of rules. The most important additional configuration you must address is how to configure SSL for the secure Web publishing rule.
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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is used to validate the identities of two computers involved in a connection across a public network, and to ensure that the data sent between the two computers is encrypted. To do this, SSL uses digital certificates and public and private keys. SSL enables the following features:
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Server authentication Server authentication allows a client to confirm a server s identity. SSL-enabled client software can use standard techniques of public-key cryptography to check that a server s certificate and public ID are valid and have been issued by a certificate authority (CA) that the client is configured to trust. Client authentication Client authentication allows a server to confirm a user s identity. Using the same techniques as those used for server authentication, SSL-enabled server software can check that a client s certificate and public ID are valid and have been issued by a CA listed in the server s list of trusted CAs. Client authentication is optional for most secure Web sites.
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Implementing ISA Server Publishing
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Encrypted SSL connections All network traffic, including the confidential parts of the authentication process, is sent using an encrypted SSL connection that is created between the client and server. In addition, the client and server will automatically detect if the data sent over an encrypted SSL connection has been altered in transit.
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See Also
SSL requires the use of digital certificates and public and private keys that are issued by a CA. To understand how these components work together, you need to understand Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) concepts. For detailed information about PKI, see the technical reference named PKI Technologies located at http://www.microsoft.com/resources/ documentation/WindowsServ/2003/all/techref/en-us/W2K3TR_sec_pki_over.asp.
SSL Configuration Options
As you prepare to implement secure Web publishing rules, you need to decide how you want to configure SSL on ISA Server. ISA Server supports two SSL configurations:
SSL tunneling With SSL tunneling, the SSL connection is set up directly between the client computer and the Web server. In this scenario, the ISA Server computer does not encrypt or decrypt the network packets but merely forwards encrypted packets between the client and the Web server. ISA Server cannot inspect the content of the packets because the contents are encrypted as they pass through the ISA Server computer. SSL bridging With SSL bridging, the ISA Server computer acts as the end point for one or more SSL connections. The network packets can still be encrypted from the Web client to the Web server, however, in an SSL bridging scenario, the ISA Server computer will decrypt network traffic from the client computer and then re-encrypt it before sending it to the Web server. The ISA Server computer will accept the encrypted reply packets from the Web server, decrypt them, and then encrypt the packets again before sending them back to the client. ISA Server can be configured to require SSL connections from clients, or SSL connections when connecting to Web server, or both. In an SSL bridging scenario, ISA Server can inspect the HTTP packets while they are not encrypted.
Enabling SSL on ISA Server
Before you can enable SSL in a secure Web publishing scenario, you must obtain one or more digital server certificates issued by a CA. The number and placement of the digital certificates depends on what SSL configuration option you choose. Follow these guidelines:
Lesson 3
Configuring Secure Web Publishing Rules
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If you plan to use SSL in an SSL tunneling configuration, you must install a digital certificate only on the Web server. The Web server and the client will use this certificate and the associated keys to create the SSL connection. If you plan to use SSL in a SSL bridging configuration, you must install a digital certificate on the ISA Server computer, and possibly, on the Web server. To create an SSL connection with the client, the ISA Server computer must have a certificate installed. If you are also configuring an SSL connection between the ISA Server computer and the published Web server, then the Web server must have a certificate installed. If you require client certificates, you also need install digital certificates on each client computer. In this configuration, the ISA Server computer or the Web server will use the client certificate to authenticate the client.
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