Re: Firewall for Windows Server 2003

Richard Hartnell wrote:
To protect a server and network, if that is your question, ISA would
be ideal. It integrates with active directory and provides advanced
application filtering, a must with the advent of http applications.
What environment are you protecting? What kind of security do you
need? ISA may be ideal or overkill.

We have over 100 Windows-servers to protect. In our environment there is alot of different services with different needs.

We need a FW-solution that can filter any traffic on the 4th-layer and is easy to administer.

Jørgen H.

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