Re: ISA - Domain Member
This is very interesting. Are you then saying that it would be better to
have my ISA Server as part of the domain than not?
"Phillip Windell" <@.> wrote in message >> My question is are there any
negative ramification of making the ISA
>> a member of the domain?
> Not really,...although the paranoid would always say "yes".
>> What is best practice on making ISA server a
>> member/non-member of a domain?
> It was designed to be a Domain Member and its security design is built to
> take advantage of the AD User Accounts.
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