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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

ISA 2004 SP3 Released

ISA 2004 SP3 is here.

ISA Server 2004 SP3 includes the following new features and improved functionality:

Improvements to the ISA Server Management console with the addition of a new Troubleshooting node

Enhanced log viewing functionality

Additional log filtering functionality

Diagnostic logging, including over 200 new diagnostic logging events

Integration with the Microsoft ISA Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool

Support for publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 with ISA Server 2004

5 Comments:

At 1:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Amy!
Bye
Eduardo Petizme MVP

 
At 9:11 PM, Anonymous Dale Unroe said...

Now after installing SP3 I am seeing lots of new errors regarding credentials and web proxy denials. This is strange as this same machine Vista Biz w/ Office 2007 had no issue beforehand. I tweaked the Firewall Client settings in the ISA 2004 console with regard to Outlook (Disable 0) and got an ISP provided POP mail account functioning. An external IMAP account also is working; the internal Exchange account has worked fine too. I still have issues with RSS feeds and a Hotmail account. My Server Monitoring Report recorded over 1,700 errors from Hotmail authentication attempts yesterday alone! As an SBS-ISA MVP could you please write a little more on whatever strengthening and any needed configuration changes are required in light of SP3? regards - Dale

 
At 11:04 AM, Anonymous dean sheets said...

After installing sp3 on isa 2004 running on sbs 2003 premium, rdp no longer works to the server from the internal or external network.

i dont have a fix as yet.

 
At 2:46 PM, Blogger Amy - Harbor Computer Services said...

RDP not working is a known issue after installing Windows SP2. I'd look to Windows SP2 as the culprit.

 
At 2:48 PM, Blogger Amy - Harbor Computer Services said...

Dale - Hotmail has always been a bear. You might try moving up to the latest version of the firewall client as the first step. Service pack 3 is really a pretty minor update to the product overall.

 

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