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Re: ISA server
From: Matt Burnett <marukka () mac com>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 15:17:10 -0600

Because it is intergrated with their other products. And if you are
considering ISA then 99% of the time all ready running multiple IIS boxes,
exchange boxes, etc and adding one more M$ product wont really matter. And
also no matter what product you use, people will find a way to hack it.
People will also always go after the largest/most popular vendor. Antiflame
statement: im a hardcore mac guy (Apple IIe was the first box I used), no I
don¹t like M$, and hate having to stick up for them.


 And also no matter what product you use, people will find a way to hack it.
Antiflame statement, I am a hardcore mac guy and really don¹t like to stick
up for M$, but no matter how bad anyones programmers are people will always
go after the most popular product.

On 11/18/03 12:39 PM, "Greg Owens" <greg.l.owens () verizon net> wrote:

I do not like it.  I do not understand how anyone can use Microsoft as a
security solution.  Norton and MacAfee have made billions off Microsoft
attacks, yet people still want to use it as a Security Solution.  People sit
home and find ways to hack it, yet people still want to use it as a Security
Solution.  I do not understand.

From: "David Lanagan" <DLanagan () sterlinginsurancegroup com>
Date: 2003/11/18 Tue AM 07:22:29 EST
To: <security-basics () securityfocus com>
Subject: ISA server

Guys,
  I'm looking for a good quality proxy product.  I've got 2 Internet links in
2 sites (connected via WAN) and I want a product that will act as a proxy for
each site but also allow the clients to go from one to the other in the event
of failure.  I know that ISA server does this as part of a Proxy array but
the enterprise version is something liek £4.5k a piece!!  Way to expensive
when I'm not using the firewall side of it!
  Talking of which, second question.... how do you rate ISA server as a
whole?

Thanks for your help in advance!

Dave.


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Lead  - Infrastructure Development
Tel: 020 8334 1548
Fax: 020 8948 0161
Mail: dlanagan () sterlinginsurancegroup com


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