Installing ISA Server involves several tasks. First, you need to prepare the server for the installation. Then, if you’re going to set up an ISA Server array or administer servers using enterprise policies, you have to install the ISA Server schema to Active Directory. After doing this, install ISA Server and use ISA Server’s Getting Started Wizard to run the initial configuration.

The following sections guide you through these tasks.


Before you install ISA Server, use the following steps to prepare the server:

If you’re setting up an ISA Server array (discussed earlier), make sure there is a Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 domain available to join, because the ISA Server array schema must be stored in Active ...

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