Now that TechEd North America 2014 is over and I'm sure you have finished watching the Web Application Proxy introduction session you are probably looking for more. Here are other sessions available on-line with Web Application Proxy content:
- Troubleshooting Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and the Web Application Proxy– great session by John Craddock on troubleshooting. He is taking you to a deep dive into the system internals. Please note that the Web Application Proxy misconfiguration that he shows at the end is not relevant after the May update as this value updates automatically – we will have a blog post on that soon.
- Publishing Microsoft Exchange Server: Which TLA Should You Choose? – Greg Taylor reviews all the options of publishing Exchange and explains why [spoiler alert!] Web Application Proxy shall be used if you don't want to put your Exchange servers directly on the Internet.
- Active Directory + BYOD = Peace of Mind – Mahesh Unnikrishnan explains the entire BYOD solution across ADFS and Web Application Proxy.
- Understanding Microsoft’s BYOD Strategy and an Introduction to New Capabilities in Windows Server 2012 R2 – Adam Halls explains the overall strategy and how Web Application Proxy enables multiple scenarios.
I would use this opportunity also to recommend Jesse Esquivel's blog post on publishing Exchange 2010 OWA with smartcard-only login (no usernames or passwords) using Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD).
Meir Mendelovich, Senior Program Manager, Application proxies product group