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Announcing ISA Server 2006 Service Pack 1 New Features

Announcing ISA Server 2006 Service Pack 1 New Features

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This summer, we will be releasing Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2006 Service Pack (SP) 1.    This Service Pack introduces new features and improved functionality for ISA Server 2006 Enterprise and Standard Editions. The new features focus primarily on enhanced troubleshooting mechanisms designed to help you identify and resolve ISA Server configuration issues.  

 ISA Server 2006 SP1 includes the following new features:

  • Configuration Change Tracking - logs all configuration changes applied to ISA Server configuration to help you backtrack through your change history.
  • Web Publishing Rule Test Button - helps you verify that the rule configuration agrees with what is set at the published web server and provides specific suggestions when they disagree.
  • Traffic Simulator - simulates network traffic as it would be seen by the ISA rules engine and gives you specific information about traffic processing along the way.
  • Diagnostic Logging Query - an extension to the Diagnostic Logging feature provided in the Supportability Pack, this feature makes it much easier to see only the data that is relevant to the current troubleshooting effort.
  • Support for Network Load Balancing (NLB) multicast and multicast with IGMP operations.
  • Support for certificates with multiple Subject Alternative Name (SAN) entries in published web servers.
  • Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD) authentication supports trusted-domain user accounts.

There's lots more detail here, including screenshots:

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  • Service Pack 1, a very nice new features too iyimiş development

  • new features were very useful, thanks.

  • Service Pack 1, a very nice new features too iyimiş development

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