|Microsoft ISA Server 2000||
Microsoft ISA Server 2000
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Secure and enhance network performance with ISA Server 2000 Administration.
ISA Server's Extensibility. Internet Acceleration Updates from Proxy 2.0. Extending Windows 2000 Services. ISA Server Architecture. Server Installation Modes. Web Proxy Autodiscovery Protocol. Web Caching Services. Firewall Services. Hosting Services.
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.)
1. Introducing ISA Server: Moving Beyond Proxy Server 2.0.
Secure and enhance network performance with Microsoft ISA Server 2000. Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 is more than a simple firewall product. By combining enterprise firewall and high-performance Web cache functions, ISA Server provides a common management infrastructure that reduces network complexity and costs. ISA Server protects networks from unauthorized access, inspects traffic, and alerts network administrators to attacks. The readers of this book will receive comprehensive appendices on useful ISA Server information. Readers will find information in this book that they won't find in any other book on the market. This book includes information on security patches and hot fixes, TCP/IP port assignments, knowledge base articles, ISA Server tools, and a whole lot more.
Zubair Alexander (MCSE, MCT, MCP+I, CNA, A+, Network+, CTT+, CIW) works as a trainer and consultant in Seattle, Washington. He has a passion for technology and his writing skills reflect his extensive training background based on his real world experience. Zubair is a Microsoft EST endorsed trainer and trains Microsoft Consulting Services and Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS) engineers. He also writes Professor Windows columns for Microsoft TechNet and has been involved in writing Windows 2000 exam questions for Microsoft. Zubair teaches Microsoft ISA Server 2000 and other BackOffice products and has written extensively on Microsoft products for several years. He reviews technical books and articles for various publishers and has recently co-authored a book on Windows 2000 networking services. He also speaks publicly at technical seminars and conferences.