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Deploy ISA Server 2004
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B. Incorrect: To centralize configuration, each ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computer must be able to contact a configuration storage server. Although the configuration storage server must be a member of an Active Directory domain, the ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computers need not be. C. Incorrect: To centralize configuration, each ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computer must be able to contact a configuration storage server. This does not necessitate the computers being located within the same Active Directory site. D. Incorrect: To centralize configuration, each ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computer must be able to contact a configuration storage server. This does not necessitate the computers being located on the same IP subnet. E. Correct: An RSA ACE server is required to support RSA SecurID authentication. If communication cannot be established between an ISA Server 2004 computer and an RSA ACE server located on your internal network, RSA SecurID authentication cannot be implemented.
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Correct Answers: A, C, and E A. Correct: 10.38.128.134 is located within the private address space. The private IP address space is not routable from the public IP address space and is used only on internal networks. B. Incorrect: 172.36.97.8 is a part of the public IP address space and hence is a possible candidate for an edge firewall s external interface. C. Correct: 192.168.101.224 is located within the private address space. The private IP address space is not routable from the public IP address space and is used only on internal networks. D. Incorrect: 169.252.36.28 is a part of the public IP address space and hence is a possible candidate for an edge firewall s public interface. E. Correct: 226.194.34.28 is a part of the multicast IP address space and hence is unable to be used either as your public interface address or your private interface address.
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Correct Answers: B A. Incorrect: This log does not exist. The log that you can use to confirm successful installation is %Windir%\Temp\Isawrap_###.log B. Correct: The %Windir%\Temp\Isawrap_###.log will have an entry detailing whether or not the installation was successful. C. Incorrect: The Isamsde_###.log file contains information about the installation of the MSDE component.
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Planning and Installing ISA Server 2004 (1.0)
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D. Incorrect: Although the Isafwse_####.log file can be used to verify installation, this is a complete log file of the entire installation, which is over 1 MB in size and is not as succinct as the Isawrap_###.log file for verification purposes.
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Correct Answers: E A. Incorrect: The Microsoft Firewall service is installed and configured to start automatically during the default installation of ISA Server 2004. B. Incorrect: The Microsoft ISA Server Control service is installed and configured to start automatically during the default installation of ISA Server 2004. C. Incorrect: The Microsoft ISA Server Job Scheduler service is installed and configured to start automatically during the default installation of ISA Server 2004. D. Incorrect: The Microsoft ISA Server Storage service is installed and configured to start automatically during the default installation of ISA Server 2004. E. Correct: Although this service is installed during the default installation of ISA Server 2004, it is configured to start manually rather than automatically.
Correct Answers: D A. Incorrect: Event Viewer records events. Although events can provide information about the system, the best tool for establishing a performance baseline is Performance Monitor. B. Incorrect: Although Task Manager can provide point-in-time data about current processor and network usage, it cannot provide information about disk, network, and processor usage over a sustained period of time as Performance Monitor can. C. Incorrect: Network Monitor is a useful tool for getting an idea of the protocols in use on a network. You would not use Network Monitor to generate baseline information about the operation of a server. D. Correct: Performance Monitor allows you to set up counters and record values over a period of time. This is very useful in generating baseline operating information as you can record values over several periods of normal operation for the server. You should store this information somewhere safe. If you suspect in the future that the server is not operating properly, you can compare the current values to the baseline values.
Correct Answers: C A. Incorrect: ASR is perhaps the most invasive way to go about undoing a configuration change. It involves making a large backup and creating a special configuration disk. To roll back to a previous configuration involves rebooting the server using the installation media and inserting the ASR backup diskette at the appropriate time. Then the ASR backup is restored over the existing configuration.
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B. Incorrect: Although this would work, restoring the system state data is far more invasive than importing the exported configuration. C. Correct: Exporting the configuration prior to making any changes allows you to roll back the changes by simply re-importing the exported configuration. D. Incorrect: Backing up the configuration using the ISA Management Console backs up the entire configuration. Although this is similar to exporting the configuration, restoring from a backup requires more administrative effort than importing a configuration.
14 Installing and Configuring Client Computers (2.0)
Successfully implementing Microsoft Internet and Security Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 requires more than just configuring ISA Server 2004 itself. The clients that will use ISA Server 2004 must also be configured properly. Computers that are not correctly configured to utilize the ISA Server 2004 computer cannot access a whole range of local network and Internet resources. There are many aspects to the successful deployment of ISA Server clients. You must decide how to deploy the ISA Server 2004 Firewall Client software, assuming that you are not configuring the client to use Web proxy or secure network address translation (SecureNAT). In small organizations, it might be simplest to install the software manually. In large organizations, an automated deployment method is appropriate. Once client software is deployed, there are several ways to configure it, the simplest of which is to configure the software using the ISA Server 2004 computer. However, in some cases, especially if custom applications are in use, you may have to perform a manual setup by editing the configuration files located on the client computer. The process of ISA Server 2004 Firewall Client deployment can be greatly simplified if configuration is automated. This means that the ISA Server settings on large numbers of clients can be updated automatically rather than manually. When clients are mobile, this takes on even greater importance. With automatic configuration fully deployed, clients need only connect to the network to receive their configuration, rather than have it set manually or by using a script. Finally, it is important to understand the types of problems that can result in a client being incorrectly configured, and the areas that you should check first to resolve these problems.
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