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ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition included array support, integrated Network Load Balancing (NLB), and Cache Array Routing Protocol (CARP).
One of the core capabilities of ISA Server 2004, dubbed Secure Server Publishing, was its ability to securely expose their internal servers to Internet.
For example, some organizations use ISA Server 2004 to publish their Microsoft Exchange Server services such as Outlook Web Access (OWA), Outlook Mobile Access (OMA) or Active Sync.
Using the Forms-based Authentication (FBA) authentication type, ISA Server can be used to pre-authenticate web clients so that traffic from unauthenticated clients to published servers is not allowed.
It is an updated version of ISA Server 2004, and retains all features from ISA Server 2004 except Message Screener.
Deployment Failed- This component returns the current number of operations queued and waiting on a read lock. Deployment Pending - This component returns the number of computers for which an active Configuration Manager software distribution advertisement is trying to install the FEP client. Not Targeted- This component returns the number of computers in your organization to which the client software was not targeted. Policy Distribution Status This monitor returns FEP policy distribution status.