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All ISA Server computers in an array must have the same server configuration including:
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The same number of network adapters connected to array-level networks. The same time-zone configuration, with synchronized clocks (for logging). The same hard-disk partitions (for logging). The same certificates installed on each array member (for SSL communications). The same network services available to each array member (for example, the servers must use the same DNS servers, the same servers for Certificate revocation list checking, and have access to the same Active Directory domain controllers). The same language version of ISA Server and Windows Server 2003 installed, with the same locale set for the computer and for the logged-on user.
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ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition Overview
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The same ISA Server updates installed. The same domain and site configuration (or belong to a workgroup).
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You cannot move a server from one array to another after you install ISA Server services. To move the server, uninstall ISA Server services, and then reinstall ISA Server services. You can define any access rules or publishing rules at the array level. These rules will be applied to all array members. You can also create array policy elements that can be used to create array-level rules. You can also define array networks for each array. The IP addresses of an array network can contain IP ranges as well as enterprise networks, including more than one enterprise network.
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How Enterprise Policies and Array Policies Work
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Deploying ISA Server, Enterprise Edition, can be more complicated that deploying Standard Edition because you can configure ISA Server policies and policy objects at both the enterprise and array levels. You can create one or more enterprise policies that contain firewall rules. Then you can apply the policy to an array, and all the firewall rules defined by the enterprise policy will also be applied to the array members. When you create an enterprise, an enterprise policy named Default Policy is created. This policy does not contain any firewall rules other than a final access rule named Default Rule, which denies all network traffic. Because this enterprise policy does not contain any additional policy rules, if you apply this policy to an array, only the array policy rules and the Default Rule will be applied on that array. You cannot modify the Default Policy. As an enterprise administrator, you can define additional enterprise policies. In most cases, you would define enterprise policies that can be applied across the entire enterprise. For example, you can define an enterprise policy that blocks the downloading of executables using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), or an enterprise policy that allows HTTP and secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) access to the Internet for all users. After you create the enterprise policies, you can assign the enterprise policies to the arrays in the enterprise. Only one enterprise policy can be assigned to each array. After you create the enterprise policy, you can also configure enterprise firewall rules. The enterprise policy rules, together with the array policy rules, make up the rule base for the ISA Server computers in the array. When you define the enterprise policy, you can define the enterprise policy rules so that they are applied before or after the array policy rules (see Figure 12-1 for an example of how the rules are displayed in the ISA Server Management Console). Because ISA Server processes the rules in order, the rule order and the placement of enterprise rules, affects the final policy. The first rule to match a request received by ISA Server will be used to determine access, and subsequent rules will not be checked.
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Implementing ISA Server 2004, Enterprise Edition
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Both enterprise and array rules are applied to array members
What Is the Effective Policy
The effective policy for an array is a combination of enterprise and array policies. When you define enterprise policy rules, you can configure the rules to be applied before the array policy rules are applied, or you can configure the enterprise rules to be applied after the array rules. Where you place the rules determines how the rules are applied. Enterprise Edition, like Standard Edition, always evaluates the policy rules shown in the Firewall Policy list in a specified order. When the ISA Server computer receives a client request, ISA Server starts evaluating all the policy rules. The first rule that applies to the client request is applied, whether the rule explicitly allows or explicitly denies access. For example, if an access rule that allows all HTTP access to the Internet is evaluated before an access rule blocking access to a particular Web site, access to the Web site will be allowed. When ISA Server 2004, Enterprise Edition, evaluates the policy rules, it begins by evaluating the enterprise rules that are applied before the array policy rules. Then the array firewall policy rules are evaluated, followed by the enterprise rules that applied after the array policy. Finally, if no other rules apply to the client request, the final Default Rule is applied. To understand how the effective policy works, consider the following example of an enterprise policy and a branch-office array policy configuration:
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