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    Default ISA 2004 free 1 hour Training (70-350)

    There is a web site that has a 1 hour training session on using ISA 2004 using Flash. You have to register, but otherwise it is free. I am going to give it a test drive this morning, but thought it was worthy of sharing here in relation to the 70-350 exam.
    http://www.isa2004training.com/
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    Cool site, and the layout works good. Since it's so hard to find free study material for the 350, I wonder who sponsors the site since there's no ad's. No complaints though, anything to help.
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    I checked it out and thought it was pretty neat. I have to think it's sponsored in some way by Microsoft. As soon as I signed in I was faced with a screen that I've seen more than once on the Microsoft site with my information.

    Anyway, is it just me or is ISA a lot more complicated than it should be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTmarc
    I checked it out and thought it was pretty neat. I have to think it's sponsored in some way by Microsoft. As soon as I signed in I was faced with a screen that I've seen more than once on the Microsoft site with my information.

    Anyway, is it just me or is ISA a lot more complicated than it should be?
    Usually when you add robustivity, you also add complexity and one thing is for certain about ISA 2004; It's definitely robust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTmarc
    Anyway, is it just me or is ISA a lot more complicated than it should be?
    I'll let you know once I get more into it. I thought ISA 2000 was pretty simple (as far as doing 95% of what you need in a firewall) and I did manage one for about 2 years. I found it simpler than many of the appliances out there (not naming names like Symantec or PIX ).
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