To connect to an ISA Server computer (Standard
ISA Server 2006 Standard Edition only
In the console tree of ISA Server Management, click
Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration
On the Tasks tab, click Connect to Local or Remote
In Connect to, select Another computer (remote
management) and then type the name of the computer to
Select one of the following options:
Connect using the credentials of the logged-on user. To
administer the remote ISA Server computer, using the credentials of
the user who is currently logged on.
Connect using other user credentials. To specify the
name of a different user, who will remotely manage the ISA Server
computer. Then, type the user name, password, and domain for the
user who will remotely manage the ISA Server computer.
To open ISA Server Management, click Start, point to
All Programs, point to Microsoft ISA Server, and then
click ISA Server Management.
You can specify a computer name using computer_name or
To manage a remote ISA Server computer using ISA Server
Management, you must use the System Policy Editor to enable the
Remote Management: Microsoft Management Console configuration
In addition, if you are connecting from the ISA Server
computer, you must add an access rule, allowing the Local Host
network to access the managed ISA Server computer using the
Firewall Control protocol.
When providing credentials of a domain user, be sure to specify
the domain field (in the format domain\DonH).
When providing credentials of a local user on a computer
running Windows 2000 Server, do not specify a domain
When managing from a computer in a domain to an ISA Server
computer that belongs to a workgroup, specify the domain name as
the name of the ISA Server computer.