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Controlling Secure Internet Access Using ISA Server 2004

Products this article applies to are:

  • Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 Standard Edition

This article lists common scenarios that have solutions that are described in the Controlling Secure Internet Access Using ISA Server 2004 document.

Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 provides control over how the clients on your networks access the Internet. With the multi-networking functionality of ISA Server 2004, you can apply this control to clients on any network where the gateway to the Internet is the ISA Server 2004-based computer.

There are many scenarios in which Internet access control is important:

  • Conserving limited bandwidth strictly for corporate use. In this scenario, you may want to limit Internet access to specific Web sites that have business value.
  • Conserving limited bandwidth or reducing employee time that is spent on the Internet less strictly, by blocking specific sites.
  • Blocking of certain content types, either because they are inappropriate to your corporate environment, or because they require too much bandwidth.
  • Allowing different levels of Internet access to different groups of users.
  • Blocking specific sites for legal reasons, such as file sharing sites.
  • Controlling Internet access in a situation where employees may not always lock computers. You can do this to prevent unauthorized users from accessing the Internet.
  • Reducing use of the Internet during work hours by limiting the times during which Internet access is allowed.

To view detailed solutions for each of these scenarios, download the Controlling Secure Internet Access Using ISA Server 2004 document. To do this, visit the following Microsoft Web site:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/e/c/cecc8742-2102-42d4-9fc7-6b641bebbf56/SecureInternetAccess.doc

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