"Allow All/All/All" rule: & Winamp on Client Firewall

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Mike Gregg, Apr 19, 2004.

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    Mike Gregg, Apr 19, 2004
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    Mike Gregg Guest

    Oh... ALIAS is on in ten minutes...

    Hmmm... Tunes at work or ALIAS...

    ....

    ....

    Hey I have SBS... I can have both ... I'm out of here

    :)
     
    Mike Gregg, Apr 19, 2004
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    Peter Scott Guest

    In the ISA Manager:

    Go to the "Application Filters" under the "Extensions" container and select
    the HTTP Redirector Filter.On the Options tab select the Send to requested
    Web server radio button and select the OK button. On the client:

    Install the ISA Firewall client from the Server onto the client PC.

    Open WinAmp.Select Preferences from the View menu.On the "Proxy" tab only
    select the No HTTP Proxy radio button and select OK.

    That should get you out of trouble. If not - post back.

    Peter Scott
     
    Peter Scott, Apr 19, 2004
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    Mike Gregg Guest

    Peter... You da man

    All I had to do was the redirect... didn't have to mess with Winamp.

    First I selected "Send to requested Web Server" and applied. it worked.

    Walls are rattling again.... ;-) Mikey likes it.

    Then I selected the original "Redirect to local Web Proxy service without
    the "If local service unavailable...." checked and applied. It still
    worked until I refreshed the client by right clicking icon in the tray and
    configure, refresh. then it stopped working.

    OK... Service Restart... ISA Help says that ISA notifies of restart when
    configuration changes that need it are entered. However when I deselected
    the redirect (and applied) the service still worked until I refreshed the
    client.

    Question 1: Is manual "Service Restart" a right click of the server in "ISA
    Management" and "Disconnect" then " Connect to local server" in the console?
    And does this update the clients ( I would assume)?

    So I went back into ISA Http redirect and selected the check box " If local
    service unavailable, redirect..." refreshed the client and Winamp works...

    Question 2: What is the difference between using the "If service
    unavailable... redirect..." checkbox and the "Send to the requested Web
    Server" selection? ... performance? load on the server?

    Mike
     
    Mike Gregg, Apr 19, 2004
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    Peter Scott Guest

    The direct HTTP request is intercepted by the HTTP application filter (in
    ISA Server) and passed on to the Web proxy service. When the Web proxy
    receives a request from the HTTP application filter it is only allowed if
    anonymous access ("Any Request") to HTTP is permitted in the rules. If there
    is no such rule, the request is denied.

    Peter
     
    Peter Scott, Apr 20, 2004
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