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A. When Client Alpha accesses the Web server located at intranet.contoso.internal, it will do so using the ISA Server 2004 computer. B. When Client Beta accesses the Web server located at webserver.fabrikam.com, it will do so directly without using the ISA Server 2004 computer. C. When Client Gamma attempts to access the Web server located at intranet.lucern publishing.com located on a remote subnet, traffic will not pass through the ISA Server 2004 computer. D. When Client Alpha attempts to access the Web server located at intranet.partner web.northwindtraders.com, access will not be mediated through the ISA Server 2004 computer.
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Your company has recently implemented ISA Server 2004 and the accompanying Firewall Client. All Web traffic bound for the Internet now passes through the ISA Server 2004 proxy, firewall, and caching server. Since the implementation, some staff members have found that they are unable to access several important corporate sites on the Internet. These sites are www.tailspintoys.com, www.treyresearch.net, and www.proseware.com. Your manager has asked you to devise a way to allow staff members to access these sites by bypassing the ISA Server 2004 server. No other Web sites should be bypassed. Which of the following methods can you use to achieve this goal (Choose the correct answer.) A. Configure the LDT with the FQDNs www.tailspintoys.com, www.treyresearch.net, and www.proseware.com. B. Configure the LAT with the FQDNs www.tailspintoys.com, www.treyresearch.net, and www.proseware.com. C. On the Web browser tab of the Internal Network Properties dialog box on the ISA Server 2004 computer, leave the default settings and add the following servers to the Directly Access These Servers Or Domains box: www.tailspintoys.com, www.treyresearch.net, and www.proseware.com. D. Configure Application.ini on each client with the IP address of www.tailspin toys.com, www.treyresearch.net, and www.proseware.com.
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Correct Answers: C A. Incorrect: The LAT file is a list of IP addresses and ranges that map to local IP addresses. You cannot use the LAT to map fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) to IP addresses, or to exclude particular FQDNs from being processed by ISA Server 2004. B. Incorrect: The LDT, rather than the Configuration.ini file, is where you should make modifications to allow direct access to intranet.hr.fabrikam.internal. C. Correct: The Domains tab of the Internal Network Properties dialog box allows you to enter whole domains, or single FQDNs, that Firewall Clients can then access without using ISA Server 2004. D. Incorrect: The Domains tab is not located in the Define Firewall Client Settings option. The Domains tab, which contains the LDT, can only be accessed through the Internal Network Properties dialog box.
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Correct Answers: B A. Incorrect: The first line of the LDT has the entry *.internal. This means that traffic to any FQDN ending with the suffix .internal will not be mediated by the ISA Server 2004 computer. B. Correct: The final entry in the LDT is webserver.fabrikam.internal. Any Firewall or Web Proxy client on the internal network will directly access this Web server without using the ISA Server 2004 computer. C. Incorrect: Client Gamma uses the ISA Server 2004 computer as a default gateway. Because the Web server intranet.lucernpublishing.com is located on a remote subnet, Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) traffic will pass through the ISA Server 2004 computer, even if it is routed to another host on the internal network. D. Incorrect: The entry in the LDT specifies only the FQDN partnerweb.north windtraders.com. If the entry in the LDT had specified *.partnerweb.north windtraders.com, access would occur without going through the ISA Server 2004 computer.
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Correct Answers: C A. Incorrect: This would work only if the computers to which these addresses map are located on the internal network. Rather than use the Domains tab of the Internal Network Properties dialog box, you must use the Web browser tab to add the addresses of Internet locations that should be accessible without going through the ISA Server Web proxy. B. Incorrect: The LAT is used for configuring IP address mappings on a local client; it cannot be used to bypass the ISA Server Web proxy for Internet addresses. C. Correct: To configure ISA Server to allow clients from the internal network to access sites on the Internet directly without using the Web proxy, you must add the addresses of these sites to the Directly Access These Servers Or Domains Box on the Web browser tab of the Internal Network Properties dialog box. D. Incorrect: Application.ini is used to configure application-specific mappings on each client. It is not used to allow clients to bypass the ISA Server proxy for specific sites on the Internet.
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