Forefront UAG RC0 is on its way…

From the producers of Forefront UAG Beta, we're proud to present you with (drum roll…)


Forefront UAG Release Candidate 0!!!


Over the last couple of months we've been listening to your feedback and working on incorporating it into UAG.

We put an increased focus into improving overall product quality, and streamlining and simplifying the initial deployment experience.


Here's the shortlist of some highlights you'll find in RC0:

·         Import/Export - Use the new import/export capability to backup your configuration. You can even export an array configuration and import it into a standalone machine.

·         SCOM - The UAG management pack monitors health aspects of critical components of UAG & DirectAccess services, enables centralized viewing of important UAG events and alerts on the SCOM console, and supports array-level views for easier monitoring of complex deployments.

·         Simpler array management - Now it's even simpler to deploy and manage your array from the Forefront UAG management console.

·         Publishing Exchange – We added Web Services to the out-of-the-box publishing experience, with full support for NTLM and Kerberos authentication.

·         Remote Desktop - Support for Remote Desktop publishing and single sign-on through the UAG portal.


And there is more, much more…


Forefront UAG RC0 will be available for download over the next couple of days. Stay tuned for more news and updates about the new release.


Comments (3)
  1. MeirM [MSFT] says:

    Thanks Kevin, that’s a great idea!

    We’ll see what we can do in the upcoming weeks and try to prepare something.

  2. Bjoern Graf says:

    Really look forward to release notes as compared to Beta 2.

    Please post details about "And there is more, much more… " 😉

  3. Kevin says:

    I would love to see a webcast of UAG being configured for Direct Access. That is a major feature and one of the primary reasons we are looking into using it. any chances of this coming down the pipe soon?

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