Monitoring, Reporting, and ISA Server Enterprise Edition

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To describe the use of ISA Server in an enterprise and develop a strategy for monitoring ISA Server activity

Target Audience

IT Professionals including web administrators, network administrators, and security administrators but not network architects


The Group Policy module in the Microsoft Windows 2000 learning path; the Microsoft Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure learning path, or equivalent skills

Expected Duration

335 min.

Course Objectives

Monitoring, Reporting, and ISA Server Enterprise Edition

  • plan a monitoring and reporting strategy and describe the types of attacks that ISA Server can detect.
  • describe how to configure intrusion detection and alerts.
  • configure IP intrusion detection and create an alert.
  • configure logging on ISA servers.
  • create, view, and save reports in ISA Server 2000.
  • create, open, and print a server activity report using ISA Server 2000.
  • explain how to monitor ISA Server 2000 and H.323 gatekeeper sessions.
  • monitor ISA server activity in real time.
  • discover, diagnose, and correct problems with ISA Server servers.
  • choose a logging format based on report information.
  • describe the benefits of ISA Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and to plan the placement of Enterprise Edition ISA servers.
  • initialize ISA Server 2000 Enterprise Edition.
  • create and delete arrays, install the first ISA server in an array, promote a standalone server, and back up and restore enterprise configurations.
  • perform ISA Server 2000 enterprise initialization and promote a standalone server.
  • place ISA Server 2000 servers in a Windows 2000 domain structure.
  • configure enterprise and array policies.
  • configure routing for firewall and SecureNAT clients.
  • explain when to implement routing of web requests in an enterprise environment.
  • describe the procedures for configuring ISA Server 2000 clients and servers for automatic discovery.
  • create an enterprise policy and configure an ISA server and domain name system (DNS) to enable automatic discovery.
  • describe the process that CARP uses to resolve client requests and to describe network load balancing.
  • explain how to configure CARP.
  • explain how to extend the functionality of ISA Server 2000.