[fw-wiz] Putting MS servers behind firewalls (Dilan Walgampaya)
From: Mark (firewalladmin_at_bellsouth.net)
To: Tim Chettle <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 07 Jun 2004 18:01:50 -0400
Hey, that is a good point, I like it. What about the Domain Controller
though? I assume that is what is meant by "AD Server".
> However the point i was going to make was that rather than open up that high
> number of connections, if you are using exchange 2003 and outlook 2003 you
> can replicate over https and if you deploy a sharepoint services on the box
> again you can browse using https
> > Hi Wizards,
> > I ran in to a problem putting Microsoft Servers behind a firewall. The
> > users has to go through the FW to access the servers. The servers I
> > wanted to put are on an AD domain. There were AD server, File server and
> > an Exchange server. These servers need a large no. of services opened
> > for proper operation. The worse is that exchange server work in a
> > dynamic port setup where the server opens a random port for each
> > different client. MS site has some registry edits that is supposed to
> > correct this dynamic port setup issue. But when I tried these they did
> > not work as per the document describes.
> > Has anybody done this kind of a setup (with other than an ISA server).
> > I am interested in doing this with Netscreen/Pix and Linux IPTables. Any
> > help is appreciated.
> > Thanks in advance
> > Dilan
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