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ISA2004 update available

January 30th 2007 in Uncategorized

Yay. Thanks to Susan for pointing this out.


Available here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=25bb5f65-4734-4268-b2b1-1606dceac06f&displaylang=en&tm


Fixes the following issues:


917718 The ISA Server Control service may not start after you rename and then restart a computer that is running ISA Server 2004
917265 Error message when client computers that are behind a proxy server access Web sites that are published by using ISA Server 2004: “404 Not Found. The requested item could not be located (12028)”
917903 You cannot join a Windows Vista 64-bit client computer to a Windows domain on which ISA Server 2004 is configured as a firewall (Bingo – need this for my Ferrari x64)


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