Chapter 17. Maintaining ISA Server 2004
IN THIS CHAPTER
By and large, ISA Server 2004 does a great job in keeping itself in working order with a fairly low amount of main tenance required. As with any complex system, however, getting the most out of an ISA Server implementation requires that certain best practice procedures be performed on a regular basis. These procedures can range from simple daily tasks such as checking the ISA admin console for alerts and updates, to complex issues such as performing operating system, ISA, and hardware upgrades.
This chapter focuses on the best practice maintenance procedures that should be performed to keep ISA Server 2004 in top shape. Guides and checklists for ISA main tenance are included, and step-by-step maintenance procedures are outlined.