ISA Server 2004 SP2 Availability

You may have spotted I haven’t posted for a few days, but I’ve been off ill with the ‘flu. Hence, my excuse for not having spotted the availability of ISA Server 2004 SP2 last week. It’s also worth mentioning Maartens excellent blogcast on the features. ISA Server 2004 SP2 Site (for download links and further information)…

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Part 25: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast - RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange - Integrated Auth

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. The final part to the RPC/HTTPS series shows you how to alter the configuration we have such that Outlook 2003 can move seamlessly between external and internal connectivity through the use of integrated authentication. To do this, we need to change both the ISA server and the Exchange server….

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering How To - Part 5 of 5

If you watched the demonstration blogcast of Virtual Server 2005 R2 I posted up at the weekend, yesterday, I ripped the environment apart to build it again from scratch so you can see how I built it. The last part of this mini series is where we setup the networking on the Virtual Machine guest…

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering How To - Part 4 of 5

If you watched the demonstration blogcast of Virtual Server 2005 R2 I posted up at the weekend, yesterday, I ripped the environment apart to build it again from scratch so you can see how I built it. In part 3, the new cluster group for the virtual machine was created. In the penultimate part of this mini-series,…

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering How To - Part 3 of 5

If you watched the demonstration blogcast of Virtual Server 2005 R2 I posted up at the weekend, yesterday, I ripped the environment apart to build it again from scratch so you can see how I built it. Part 3 of 5 gets into the “nitty-gritty” of the configuration. We create a new group in the cluster…

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Part 24: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast - RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange - RPC Publishing

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. In the last part, forms based authentication for Outlook Web Access was back running again, bouncing through the localhost listener. In this part, we put RPC/HTTP back into place. We create a publishing rule for the Exchange Virtual Directory being published (/rpc). We also create a publishing rule…

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering How To - Part 2 of 5

If you watched the demonstration blogcast of Virtual Server 2005 R2 I posted up at the weekend, yesterday, I ripped the environment apart to build it again from scratch so you can see how I built it. Part 2 of 5 performs a similar configuration to what we did in the previous part on Node 1,…

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering How To - Part 1 of 5

If you watched the demonstration blogcast of Virtual Server 2005 R2 I posted up at the weekend, yesterday, I ripped the environment apart to build it again from scratch so you can see how I built it. So, another blogcast series starts, but only 5 parts this time. This first part configures the shared iSCSI target machine…

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Blogcast: Virtual Server 2005 R2 Host Clustering Walkthrough

With Virtual Server 2005 R2 just a few days away from public availability, many of you will want to know more about Host Clustering – a new capability supported with this release – what better way to find out than with a live on-demand demonstration, so read on…. Some of you may have been fortunate…

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Part 23: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast - RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange - OWA back to HTTPS

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. We now move Outlook Web Access back to HTTPS, and we correct a naming error on the Network Listener “FBA LocalHost 443” in the last part (it’s actually listening and remains listening on port 80). After having ripped things apart over the last few parts to this series,…

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