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ISACertTool & ISA Server Enterprise Edition in a Workgroup


Here are some links and ideas, the final solution has yet found.
ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition in a Workgroup
Install a computer running ISA Server services (2004 Enterprise Edition)
Install the ISA Configuration Storage Server and Configure the Firewall Array
Specify credentials for communication with the Configuration Storage server (2004 Enterprise Edition)
Specify credentials for communication with the Configuration Storage server (2006 Enterprise Edition)
ISACertTool for Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2006 Enterprise Edition
ISACertTool for ISA Server 2006 Enterprise Edition
DescriptionISA Server 2006 Enterprise Edition uses a Configuration Storage server as a storage mechanism for enterprise and array settings. ISA Server array members must be able to connect to a Configuration Storage server, and certificates are required to authenticate this connection in the following scenarios:
• When ISA Server computers are not installed in a domain (workgroup mode).
• When ISA Server array members are part of a domain that does not have a trust relationship with the domain in which the Configuration Storage server is located.
Certificate configuration is done during ISA Server Setup, but if you want to change configuration settings after installation, ISACertTool.exe helps you do the following:
• Install a server certificate on the Configuration Storage server.
• Install a root certificate on each array member to indicate that it trusts the Certification Authority that issued the server certificate.
To download and install this tool, follow the below steps:
– Click the Download button on this page to start the download.
– Do one of the following:
• To start the installation immediately, click Run.
• To save the download to your computer for installation at a later time, click Save.
• To cancel the installation, click Cancel.
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