OT ISA 2000 not authenticating proxy clients with active directory

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Rick, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. Rick

    Rick Guest

    Ok this is OT and was seeing if any of the gurus in here have seen these:

    I have an issue with our current network setup. We have ISA server 2000 on
    our network for monitoring and caching. I currently have a GPO which
    enforcers the use of the proxy and prevents users from changing the proxy
    settings. However we have about 5 user accounts in our domain which do not
    always automatically authenticate with the server. You can type in the
    username and password when promted by IE to browse then internet. By using
    the remember check box it works for 60 days (i.e.we have a domain policy
    which requires users to change their passwords every 60 days). Any thoughts
    on why ISA is not authenticating these accounts through the Active
    directory?
     
    Rick, Jul 6, 2004
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  2. Rick

    some moron Guest

    Wrong newsgroup
    Try posting to the "server" group


    >-----Original Message-----
    >Ok this is OT and was seeing if any of the gurus in here

    have seen these:
    >
    >I have an issue with our current network setup. We have

    ISA server 2000 on
    >our network for monitoring and caching. I currently have

    a GPO which
    >enforcers the use of the proxy and prevents users from

    changing the proxy
    >settings. However we have about 5 user accounts in our

    domain which do not
    >always automatically authenticate with the server. You

    can type in the
    >username and password when promted by IE to browse then

    internet. By using
    >the remember check box it works for 60 days (i.e.we have

    a domain policy
    >which requires users to change their passwords every 60

    days). Any thoughts
    >on why ISA is not authenticating these accounts through

    the Active
    >directory?
    >
    >
    >.
    >
     
    some moron, Jul 6, 2004
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  3. Rick

    Rick Guest

    Thanks Moron but I came here for the input of some of the more talented
    people.

    So stop being an @ssfucker and move on

    Rick



    "some moron" <> wrote in message
    news:2751501c46375$a6042730$...
    > Wrong newsgroup
    > Try posting to the "server" group
    >
    >
    > >-----Original Message-----
    > >Ok this is OT and was seeing if any of the gurus in here

    > have seen these:
    > >
    > >I have an issue with our current network setup. We have

    > ISA server 2000 on
    > >our network for monitoring and caching. I currently have

    > a GPO which
    > >enforcers the use of the proxy and prevents users from

    > changing the proxy
    > >settings. However we have about 5 user accounts in our

    > domain which do not
    > >always automatically authenticate with the server. You

    > can type in the
    > >username and password when promted by IE to browse then

    > internet. By using
    > >the remember check box it works for 60 days (i.e.we have

    > a domain policy
    > >which requires users to change their passwords every 60

    > days). Any thoughts
    > >on why ISA is not authenticating these accounts through

    > the Active
    > >directory?
    > >
    > >
    > >.
    > >
     
    Rick, Jul 6, 2004
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