Some client-side magic scripting

In a previous blog post, I’ve detailed how to create a custom application template to perform a special drive-mapping. Later on, I’ve posted another one, which offers a way to use the “relay” template format to run a VBScript that can do other things. The “relay” template is one of the most powerful features of…


Understanding and troubleshooting the activation process

Performing a configuration activation on a UAG server is one of those things that we wish we could do without, but understanding how it works and why it is so important can make this a bit more tolerable. The reason for the activation process is that UAG is but one piece of a big puzzle….


Publishing Office Communication Server and Communicator Web Access with UAG

Publishing Office Communication Server (OCS) and Communicator Web Access (CWA) with UAG has been a source of confusion for some UAG customers, mostly because these products offer a wide range of functionality. Some of this is pretty simple to configure, and some takes more planning. When planning OCS publishing with UAG, one must take into…


SharePoint publishing concepts and considerations

SharePoint is probably the most common service that is published by UAG servers out there, and it can be really simple, but sometimes extremely difficult. The situation can be challenging because the external access to the site can be non-trivial, and there are multiple possible scenarios. The tricky part about SharePoint publishing, as opposed to…


Types of updates available for UAG

***As of April 2013, this page is no longer being kept current, as I have left the UAG support team. Please visit UAG’s Wikipedia page for updated information*** A few days ago, Service Pack 1 for UAG has been released, but we have seen some confusion with customers with regards to the type of updates…