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Creating a Web Publishing Rule

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The Web publishing rule forwards requests, complete with host headers, from the proxy server to the Web server.

Create a Web publishing rule

  1. Click Start , point to Programs , point to Microsoft ISA Server , and then click ISA Management .

  2. In the left pane, click the plus sign next to Servers and Arrays , click the plus sign next to your server name, and then click the plus sign next to Publishing .

  3. Right-click Web Publishing Rules , point to New , and then click Rule .

  4. In the Web publishing rule name box, type a name for the rule, such as Host-header forwarding to Windows SharePoint Services , and then click Next .

  5. In the Apply this rule to list select Specified destination set .

  6. In the Name list select the destination set name you created earlier, such as Windows SharePoint Services Internet-facing sites .

  7. Click Next .

  8. Under Apply the rule to requests from , select Any request , and then click Next .

  9. Under Response to client requests , select Redirect the request to this internal Web server (name or IP address) , and then in the text box, type the internal DNS name for the server farm running Windows SharePoint Services.

  10. Select the Send the original host header to the publishing server instead of the actual one (specified above) check box.

  11. Verify that the port settings for the protocols are correct for the server farm running Windows SharePoint Services.

  12. Click Next , and then click Finish .

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