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How to provide web access to domain user through a non-domain ISA server?

By ishurocks ·
We've an ISA server in between the internet and the domain controller which acts as a firewall. The ISA server is not a member of the domain. all the machine in the domain are restricted to the internet in a way or another. Now i wan't to give full internet access to some of the domain members, who can log into any workstation and access the internet. How do i do this?

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Typically Internet access thru a proxy is set by the connection settings

by robo_dev In reply to How to provide web access ...

within Internet Explorer. (Tools >Internet Options > Connections >LAN settings)

In most cases if you are using a proxy, such as ISA, that setting will be configured in the workstation and applied/enforced by group policy. The most logical way to change that setting is also through group policy for those special users who need full net access.

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