Microsoft Internet Security & Acceleration Server (ISA) 2000 - To create an RPC protocol definition
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To create an RPC protocol definition
In the console tree of ISA Management, right-click Protocol Definitions.
For array policy protocol definitions, where?
Internet Security and Acceleration Server > Servers and Arrays > Name > Policy Elements > Protocol Definitions
For enterprise policy protocol definitions, where?
Internet Security and Acceleration Server > Enterprise > Policy Elements > Protocol Definitions
Click New, and then click RPC Protocol.
In the New RPC Protocol Definition Wizard, type the name of the protocol definition and a description, and then click Next.
On the Select Server page, select the method you will use to add the interfaces to the protocol definition:
To select the UUID interfaces available on the RPC server you are publishing, click Select interfaces.
To manually define UUID interfaces for the protocol definition, click Add interfaces manually.
Follow the instructions to select or define the UUID interfaces, and then click Next.
To open ISA Management, click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft ISA Server, and then click ISA Management.
Although it is possible to create an RPC protocol definition with a name identical to an ISA Server protocol definition, it is not recommended.
RPC protocol definitions may only be created from RPC interfaces having TCP protocol sequences.
RPC protocol definitions are used in server publishing rules to allow or deny external clients access to remote procedure calls on an internal RPC server.