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I'm trying to get a Linux box to work with my Windows 2000 network. We use an ISA server to get out to the Internet. I can't seem to find ...
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    Proxy??


    I'm trying to get a Linux box to work with my Windows 2000 network. We use an ISA server to get out to the Internet. I can't seem to find out how to authenticate myself to hit the ISA server and get out to the Internet. My network admin thinks that our network will only support Microsoft IE browser. Is there a Microsoft browser for linux out there? Anyone's help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    The browser has nothing to do with network connectivity. Set your windows machine as your gateway and set the assigned ip to your linux box or setup dhcp. It all depens on how you have your windows box setup.

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    Which Windows box do I set as the gateway for my Linux box? I have about 40 Windows servers. Do I set the ISA server as the gatway?

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    yes

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    Re:

    Where do I set that at?

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    yes

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    In Redhat you can set your gateway in /etc/sysconfig/network.

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