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Experience as programmer, project manager and director of development.

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Mar
13
awarded  Supporter
Feb
1
accepted Two factor mechanism to differentiate lan from wan side users
Feb
1
answered Two factor mechanism to differentiate lan from wan side users
Jan
27
revised Two factor mechanism to differentiate lan from wan side users
added URL to article on ISA server
Jan
27
revised Two factor mechanism to differentiate lan from wan side users
spelling error
Jan
27
asked Two factor mechanism to differentiate lan from wan side users
Oct
28
revised How do you change the listening port for a Confluence installation?
Quick edit to fix obvious errors and make it more readble
Oct
24
comment ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
There are 2 servers involved that are basically the client and the server. The client will connect to the server and ask for user authentication. The server will basically respond Yes/No. This traffic has worked just fine using internal IP address. But not using FQDN. I need it to use FQDN as we are moving into a SSO setup and we're facing some issues we believe might have something to do with the fact that the client is trying to authenticate using the internal IP instead of the FQDN, e.g. that the cookie issues for 10.1.1.1 != mycompany.com. I'll forward information to my ASP.
Oct
21
comment ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Thank you for the feedback. I've changed the title of the question.
Oct
21
revised ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Change the title of the question due to feedback!
Oct
21
comment ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
I'm pretty sure it is a ISA issue: 1. Everything is OK when the 2 servers behind the firewall communicate using the internal IP 2. Everything is OK when a browser outside the network browses mycompany.com It is when the traffic going from internal server #1, out to the world, returning, through ISA and back to internal server #2 shit hits the fan :|
Oct
21
awarded  Student
Oct
21
awarded  Promoter
Oct
21
comment ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Since I'm able to connect to the 'problematic' server from the outside I believe this is taken care.
Oct
21
revised ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Added question and updated the general structure of the question
Oct
19
revised ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Changed to ask specifically for certificates
Oct
19
revised ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Changed port from 401 to 403 - Forbidden. NB - comment below is incorrect.
Oct
18
asked ISA 2006 does not allow traffic using FQDN
Oct
4
answered How to enforce sender address to be “logged-in-user@example.org” in Postfix?
Oct
4
awarded  Autobiographer