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Lesson 3
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Installing and Configuring the Firewall Client
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2. You have recently upgraded from ISA Server 2000 to ISA Server 2004. Most of your client computers still run the Firewall Client software from ISA Server 2000. What must you do to enable support for this version of the Firewall Client
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3. Your client computer is located on the 172.16.0.0 network. The client computer is configured as a Firewall client. You need to modify the configuration of the client computer so that a single IP address, 192.168.7.1 will be considered as a local address by the firewall client. What entry needs to be in the Locallat.txt a. 192.168.7.1 b. 192.168.7.1 c. 192.168.7.1 d. 192.168.7.1 255.255.255.0 192.168.7.254 192.168.7.1 255.255.255.255
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To perform a manual installation of the Firewall Client, connect to the Firewall Client Share on the ISA Server computer or to an alternate location that contains the Firewall Client installation files. You can then run setup using the Ms_fwc.msi file or the Setup.exe file. You can configure the name of the ISA Server computer during the client installation. You can perform an unattended installation of Firewall Client using command-line options, Active Directory Group Policy, or SMS to automate the installation. You can modify the Firewall Client by configuring the settings using ISA Server Management. The following Firewall Client Settings can be modified: application settings, internal network and local domains, Automatic Discovery, and Web browser settings. You can modify advanced settings for the Firewall Client to be specific for certain clients. One of the advanced options that you can configure is the local address table which is used by the Firewall client to determine whether to connect to the server directly or through the ISA Server computer. You can also modify the configuration .ini files to configure unique settings for the Firewall client. Troubleshooting Firewall Client computers is similar to troubleshooting other ISA Server clients. However, you also need to be aware of compatibility issues between the Firewall Client included with ISA Server 2004 and previous ISA Server or Proxy Server versions. As well, you may need to review the local client configuration files when troubleshooting Firewall Client issues.
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Case Scenario Exercise
In this exercise, you will plan an ISA Server 2004 client deployment for a fictitious organization. Read the scenario and then answer the question that follows. If you have difficulty completing this work, review the material in this chapter before beginning the next chapter. You can find answers to these questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter.
Scenario 1
Your organization has a single location with 2000 employees. You have a single Active Directory domain. You have installed and configured two computers running ISA Server 2004 to distribute the client load and provide fault tolerance. You need to ensure that only Authenticated Users have access to Internet resources. The purchasing department needs to run a Web-based application that is located at a partner organization, and is accessible only over the Internet. The application uses a custom port and protocol that need to be defined. You need to decide what type of ISA Server client you will deploy in the organization. You also need to ensure that the clients are deployed and configured with the least amount of administrative effort.
Scenario 1 Question
1. Design the ISA Server client deployment to meet your organization s requirements. What clients will you deploy, and how will you configure them
Summary
ISA Server supports three types of clients: Firewall clients, SecureNAT clients, and Web Proxy clients. As you prepare to deploy ISA Server, you need to choose an ISA Server client that best meets your organization s requirements. Factors that you should consider when choosing the client include protocol and operating system support, support for authentication and the effort required to deploy the clients. SecureNAT clients do not require special software, but you must configure the default gateway and network routing so that all traffic destined for the Internet is sent through the ISA Server computer. Web Proxy clients also do not need any special software installation. However, you must configure the Web applications on the client computers to use the ISA Server computer as the proxy server. You
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