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Hello... can i connect two ISA server with one domain???
if i can HOW???

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  • zalrashdi606 Jul 18, 2009

    because there are 2 buildings connected together by wireless.also they are in different domain.we want to make one domain which connect these 2 buildings together but in each building there is an ISA server. so, there will be a main domain and ISA server in first building and additional domain and ISA server in the second building. so, if wireless faild both building can cork separatly.i hope you anderstand what i mean.
    i am waiting your answer.

  • ghazanfar80 May 11, 2010

    can you send more details on the realted, as what is your exact situation and why do u wish to do that. it is although possible but then you will have to explicitly define the listening ports in both ISA macnines.

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Yes it is posible to connect two ISA server with one domain. to know the exact way of connection see the below link http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Configuring_ISA_Server_Arrays.html

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