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By razorren ·
Hi. I would like to properly configure the security settings on MS Proxy server 2.0 running on NT 4.0. What filters should I setup to allow only web browsing and POP/SMTP mail access ?

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by termiNaTor In reply to MS Proxy Security

Go to Web Proxy Service properties and click on permissions where you can specify what ports you want to open

SMTP 25
POP3 110
HTTP 80

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by Corky132 In reply to MS Proxy Security

You wont find anything in the Web proxy as answer #1 has.. Everything is configured in the WINSOCK proxy service.. if internet mail (pop/smtp/imap4) is the only thing you want uses to get, remove all groups from "Unlimited Access" and go down to theappropriate protocol and give them access. (This is in the permissions tab of the Winsock proxy service.

Next, make sure that every client is running the winsock proxy client.. (it wont work without it)..

Hope that helps.

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by dhills In reply to MS Proxy Security

To answer your question some details are nessasary. The OS of the clients,the browser you are using on them, the mail client. Are you looking for security outgoing or incoming? You can E-mail me at dhills@dingley.com if you would like to chat about this.

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by dirk In reply to MS Proxy Security

To set security on proxy, the first thing you must do is go to your network settings, go to protocols and in the properties for TCP/IP, disable IP forwarding. Next open up Internet Service Manager in the Microsoft Management Console. Double click the web proxy service. On the service tab click security.

Next in user manager for domains, create a group or groups that you will allow different types of access to.

By Default, dynamic packet filtering in enabled through the "Enable packet filtering on external interface" on the packet filters tab in the security dialog box. Leave this enabled or enable it if it is not.

To allow SMTP packets click add then click predefined filter choose SMTP under remote host click single host. Enter the IP address of your SMTP server. Say OK and wait for service to stop and restart.

double click WWW service. clear the ALLOW anonymous connections checkbox. click ok. click yes to message. click ok.

go back into web proxy service. click the permissions tab. select

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by razorren In reply to MS Proxy Security

Thanks for the help. This is a great form !

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