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  1. Client application supports only Basic authentication
  2. When client application runs from machine in the same domain with the ISA - it's Ok.
  3. When client application runs from machine that not belongs to the ISA server's domain - client cant access to internet.

I know that ISA server can be configured to authenticate only with integrated authentication method(I cant change this) But why it's work in case 2 ?

Which method to choose to solve the problem with ISA proxy: 1) add NTLM method to client or 2) add Kerberos method to client?

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