Securing Exchange with ISA Server 2004

Wednesday, 20 October 2004, 5:18 PM EST

This article will highlight the security issues involved with providing Outlook Web Access or full Outlook client connections over the Internet, and then discuss how Microsoft's new ISA Server 2004 can be configured to mitigate these threats. We'll start with Outlook Web Access (OWA) as the simplest solution.

Before we begin, however, please note that this article does not focus on securing the Exchange message transfer agent (MTA) itself, instead we will only look at how to secure remote access to Exchange services from a user's perspective.

By Jonathan Hassell at SecurityFocus.

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