ISA Server 2006 provides security for corporate applications accessed over the Internet by pre-authenticating users before they gain access to published servers, inspecting even encrypted traffic at the application layer in a stateful manner, and providing automated publishing tools. In addition, by providing HTTP compression, caching of content including software updates, and site-to-site VPN capabilities integrated with application-layer filtering, it enables you to securely expand corporate networks. It also enables you to manage and protect your network with a hybrid proxy-firewall architecture, deep content inspection, granular policies, and comprehensive alerting and monitoring capabilities.
Reviewing Beta v5272 (Feb 14, 2006)
for XP is not good? Only Windows 2003?
Reviewing Service Pack 2 (SP2) (Feb 1, 2006)
Quite good but a bit pricey
Reviewing Service Pack 1 (SP1) (Mar 4, 2005)
pretty good, dont trust service pack 2, its unstable
Reviewing 2004 Beta 2 (Jan 27, 2004)
ISA Server 2000 seems to do a pretty damm good job. However, I am looking foward to the far better security of the new version.
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