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ISA Server 2006 is a robust application layer firewall that provides organizations with the ability to secure critical business infrastructure from the exploits and threats of the modern computing world. ISA’s ability to act as an edge firewall, a Virtual Private Networking solution, a reverse proxy server, or a content caching device give it unprecedented flexibility and position it as a valuable security tool for many types of organizations.


ISA Server 2006 Unleashed provides insight into the inner workings of the product, as well as providing best-practice advice on design and implementation concepts for ISA. In addition to detailing commonly requested topics such as securing Outlook Web Access, deploying ISA in a firewall DMZ, and monitoring ISA traffic, this book provides up-to-date information about the new enhancements made to the 2006 version of the product. The author draws upon his experience deploying and managing enterprise ISA environments to present real-world scenarios, outline tips and tricks, and provide step-by-step guides to securing infrastructure using ISA.


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Michael Noel has been involved in the computer industry for nearly two decades and has significant real-world experience helping organizations realize business value from information technology infrastructure. Michael has authored or co-authored several best-selling industry books, translated into 7 languages, with a total worldwide circulation of more than 150,000 copies. Significant titles include ISA Server 2004 Unleashed, SharePoint 2007 Unleashed, Exchange Server 2007 Unleashed, and the upcoming Windows Server 2008 Unleashed. Currently a Partner at Convergent Computing in the San Francisco Bay area, Michael’s writings and worldwide public speaking experience leverage his real-world expertise designing, deploying, and administering IT infrastructure for his clients.

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Missing the Mark 16 Dec. 2007
By Mark S. Myers - Published on
Format: Paperback
Considering this book was months late, I would have thought that it would have covered the protection and configuration of Microsoft messaging product Exchange 2007. Alas, it only covers Exchange 2003. Exchange 2007 RTM has been out for a year, so the absence of Exchange 2007 security and reverse proxy - and the lack of support of mobile device (ActiveSync) security makes this book unacceptable to me. My experience with ISA 2006 is to combine it with other applications. Messaging applications and collaboration applications are the biggest type of applications ISA protects. So coverage of these types of products is mandatory. Yes, it covers ISA 2006 itself well, but as more companies deploy SharePoint 2007 and Exchange 2007, this book is outdated immediately the day it was published because of it's lack of 2007 coverage. Since this will likely be the only third-party book published covering ISA 2006, by itself it is a disappointment. If you are new to the ISA product, then this book will give you the basics. If you are looking to truly dive deep into protecting complex applications such as Exchange 2007, pass on this one. Dedicate your research to Microsoft TechNet and blogs on the treatment of ISA and the products you are protecting and you'll do much better.
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Pretty useless 29 May 2008
By Justin M. James - Published on
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This book is well done but useless. It is a combination advertisement for ISA, screenshots of all of the wizards in the application, and summaries of the "Getting Started..." portions of the ISA help files. It took me about 1 hour of working with ISA to get familiarized with it to cover ever topic that this book covers. It has *nothing* to help you if things don't work exactly as expected. Don't spend money on this book unless you are completely unknowledgable about firewalls, routing, VPNs, etc.
Unleash the ability to repeat ... 12 Oct. 2009
By Ayman L. Boules - Published on
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In this book, the writer kept repeating the same general and worthless information again and again; forgetting the time value of those how need to read about such a strategic Microsoft security product. My advice is to find a book from Microsoft to explain their ISA or the new TMG security product.

A. Boules
ISA Server Review from Oliver Blanco 25 Jun. 2011
By Oliver Blanco Dominguez - Published on
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The book includes good content, however the author needed to create more visual material. If you want to apply all concepts, install a virtual enviroment using VMWare Workstation 6.5/7.
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