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Hi, My company is using an ISA server (Micro$oft). the issue is we cannot access the web if we do not install a firewall client. Are there any firewall clients ...
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    ISA Server client for linux


    Hi,

    My company is using an ISA server (Micro$oft). the issue is we cannot access the web if we do not install a firewall client.

    Are there any firewall clients for linux which i can use to over come this restriction. As currently i have to reboot to windows to check stuff from the web.

    Thanks

    Ernest

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    I'm not sure if I've heard of ISA (except as in the ISA bus). What does it stand for?

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    I think he means ICA, as in a Citrix server/client arrangement. You can get the Unix ICA clients at www.citrix.com, unless of course you mean something completely different.

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    ISA actually stands for Internet Security and Acceleration. There are how tos on the internet. Just search for ISA server on linux or something like that or go to http://www.linux.com/howtos/Web-Brow...er-HOWTO.shtml

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