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Microsoft® Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 Administrator's Pocket Consultant by Jason Ballard, Bud Ratliff

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Chapter 7. Configuring Toolbox Elements

The ability of Microsoft ISA Server to function as a very strong and granular firewall relies a lot on the ease and clarity with which you can identify different "elements" within your network: you can designate a single computer, groups of computers, a single Uniform Resource Locator (URL), or a set of URLs to either allow or block traffic. You can use these elements to define how different computers (whether internal or external) communicate with one another. In short, the ISA Server toolbox elements are the building blocks that you use to determine how network traffic will flow.

How are toolbox elements used? ISA Server 2004 manages traffic flow to specified information on designated networks at scheduled ...

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