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System policy is used to ensure that adequate access exists between the ISA Server 2004 computer and the connected networks so that the server may function correctly and be administered remotely. System policies deal with access between the Local Network, which is the ISA Server computer, and the networks connected to it. Unlike firewall access rules, system policy rules are defined in advance. You simply need to choose whether to enable a rule and to which networks or hosts the rule applies. By default, certain system policies are enabled. The enabled policies are the ones most commonly used to ensure network functionality.
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You have just become aware of an intrusion attempt against your organization s network from an array of hosts located on the Internet. With the permission of management, you have manually shut down the firewall service on your ISA Server 2004 computer so that you can reconfigure ISA Server 2004 to deal with the specific attack that is occurring. Your organization has seven site-to-site virtual private networks (VPNs), which are used to connect branch offices to headquarters that traverse the ISA Server computer. Client computers on your organization s internal network use the ISA Server computer as a proxy to speed access to resources on the Internet. You manage the server through the remote desktop client in Windows XP or the MMC. Which of the following statements correctly describe the functionality of ISA Server 2004 when the firewall service is shut down manually (Select all that apply.) A. The ISA Server 2004 computer can be remotely managed through Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). B. You can only mange the ISA Server 2004 computer by logging on using the console. C. You can manage ISA Server using the ISA MMC installed on your Windows XP Professional computer. D. The seven site-to-site VPNs that connect branch offices to headquarters will remain functional. E. Clients on your internal network can still access Web content using the cache on the ISA Server 2004 computer.
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You want to manage a stand-alone ISA Server 2004 computer using the RDP client built in to Windows XP Professional. You go to the server room, where the ISA Server 2004 computer resides. From the console of the server, you edit the system policy. On the Terminal Server node, you check the Enable box. You lock the screen of the ISA Server 2004 computer. You then attempt to open an RDP session on the ISA Server from a Windows XP Professional computer that is also located in the server room. You are unable to establish a connection. Which of the following steps should you take to resolve this problem (Select two, both of which are necessary steps.) A. Click Apply to enforce the changed configuration. B. In the Firewall Policy node, select the Create New Access Rule task. Set the following Rule properties:
Applies to: All Outbound Traffic When rule conditions are met: Allow
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This rule applies to traffic from these sources: Computer Sets\Remote Management Computers This rule applies to traffic sent to these destinations: Computer Sets\Remote Management Computers
User Sets: All Users
C. In the Firewall Policy node, select Create New Access Rule task. Set the following rule properties:
When rule conditions are met: Deny Applies to: All Outbound Traffic This rule applies to traffic from these sources: Computer Sets\Remote Management Computers This rule applies to traffic sent to these destinations: Computer Sets\Remote Management Computers
User Sets: Administrators
D. Edit the Firewall Client settings to Allow Non-Encrypted Firewall Client Connections. E. Edit the system policy. On the Terminal Server node, ensure that the IP address of the Windows XP computer is entered in the Remote Management Computers group on the From tab.
You want to ensure that all the ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computers in the Contoso array use a domain controller at IP address 10.0.0.10 only for authentication, rather than the default settings. The internal network is currently defined as 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255. The Contoso internal network has domain controllers at IP addresses 10.0.0.10, 10.0.0.11, 10.0.0.12, and 10.0.0.13. Assuming that installation default settings apply, which of the following changes must you make to the system policy (Select two; each selection forms a part of the answer.) A. In the To box of the Authentication node located under the Active Directory node of the System Policy, remove the Internal Network. B. Remove IP addresses 10.0.0.10, 10.0.0.11, 10.0.0.12, and 10.0.0.13 from the Remote Management Computers group. C. In the To box of the Authentication node located under the Active Directory node of the System Policy, click Add. In the Network Entities dialog box, select New Computer and then enter a computer name and IP address 10.0.0.10. Add this newly named computer to the list in the To box. D. In the Exceptions dialog box on the To box of the Authentication node located under the Active Directory node of the System Policy, click Add and enter the IP addresses: 10.0.0.10, 10.0.0.11, 10.0.0.12, and 10.0.0.13.
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Configuring and Managing ISA Server 2004 (3.0)
You are in the process of locking down the system policy on an ISA Server 2004, Enterprise Edition, configuration storage server, specifically the section dealing with authentication services for the array. Your ISA Server 2004 array currently has the default system policy configuration. In locking down the system policy, you have the following goals:
Primary Goal: To enable the array to authenticate using RSA SecurID to the configured RSA ACE/Server at IP address 10.0.0.50. Secondary Goal: Disable RADIUS authentication. Secondary Goal: Allow RPC protocols such as Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) to be used in the Active Directory authentication process.
You perform the following steps: Log on to the ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition configuration storage server. From the Firewall Policy node, select the Edit System Policy task. Navigate to the Authentication Services node. On the Active Directory node, ensure that the Enforce Strict RPC Compliance check box is checked. On the RADIUS node, clear the Enable check box. On the RSA SecurID node, select the To tab. Click Add and, in the Network Entities dialog box, create an entry for the RSA ACE/Server at IP address 10.0.0.50. Select this entry. Click OK to close the System Policy Editor dialog box, and then click Apply to enforce the changes. By performing these actions, which goals have you achieved A. The primary and both secondary goals have been achieved. B. The primary goal and one secondary goal have been achieved. C. The primary goal has not been achieved. Both secondary goals have been achieved. D. The primary goal has not been achieved. Only one secondary goal has been achieved. E. None of the goals has been achieved.
Rooslan, your junior administrator, shares with you the administration duties of the organization s ISA Server 2004 computer. Both you and Rooslan manage the ISA Server 2004 computer using a copy of the ISA Server 2004 Management Console installed on each of your Windows XP Professional computers. No one else in your organization should be able to perform this function. Rooslan has just returned from a four-week vacation. He informs you that although he can still access all network resources, he currently cannot use his local copy of the ISA Server 2004 Management Console to manage ISA Server 2004 remotely, something he was able to do prior to his vacation. You check and find that you are still able to manage ISA Server 2004 remotely using this method from your computer, but when you try to perform the same function from Rooslan s computer, it does not work. Rooslan is able to manage ISA Server 2004 using
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