For additional Information read the readme.txt file included in rbaproxy.zip.
RBAProxy is tested on MS Proxy 2.0 and IIS3.0 or IIS4.0.
Other configurations may work but are not supported.
New Group types introduced with Windows 2000 are not supported. Microsoft ISA Server is not supported yet.
|Update from Previous Versions of RBAProxy|
|Using the HTML interface|
If you placed rbaproxy.dll to a directory that is accessible via a virtual directory in IIS, you can call the ISAPI extension by entering the address in your browser:
Show Users displays a list of currently logged in users together with their access permissions
Show displays a list of all sites defined in a filter list:
Add lets you add new sites to the filter list(s).
Reload Configuration lets you reload the filter lists and changed settings of rbaproxy.ini without having to restart IIS.
|Customizing the "Access Denied" message|
RBAProxy comes with a predefined message, which you can customize by editing the supplied denied_message.htm file.
Use the following special tokens to insert current data from the filter:
|<%USER%>||the current user name|
|<%MASK%>||the current access mask|
|<%PROXY%>||name of the proxyserver|
|<%HOST%>||the current hostname part of the URL supplied|
|<%VERSION%>||a description of the current version of the filter (should be inserted as an html comment).|
You should probably supply a link to a form or mail, where users can suggest that a new address got added to a filter list.
Hint: Use the special tokens to preload the form or mail message with username and hostname:
<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=<%USER%> suggests <%HOST%>">Suggest this site being added to the list of allowed sites</a>
06/13/00 by Erwin Richard