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Old 07-08-2004, 07:12 AM   #1
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AMSN through ISA 2000 Firewall

I am wondering if anyone can help ? I am trying to get AMSN working through an ISA Server 2000 Firewall, I am relatively new to Linux so have limited knowledge. I know when getting MSN Messenger for Windows working the ISA firewall client is required (or I think it is).

Even after entering the username and password and details for proxy server it still will not connect.

Anyone have any ideaś what im doing wrong. The firewall will eventually be replaced with a PIX 515e but that quite a while off.

Any help would be appreciated, has anyone done this b4 ?




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