Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 is released!

We are proud to announce that Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 is Released To Manufacturing (RTM). Evaluation version (timebombed for 120 days) is already available on the web, click Download button below to try it now.


The commercial version of Forefront UAG will be available early January, on the Volume Licensing Service Center.

UAG was first introduced in the second half of 2007 and its release is a significant milestone in over 2 year’s journey, creating a world-leading Access solution. Building on its predecessor, Intelligent Application Gateway, UAG enables remote access via managed and unmanaged PCs and mobile devices. It integrates a deep understanding of applications, the health state of end user devices, and the user’s identity for greater security and reduced management costs.

While UAG provides a variety of connectivity options, such web publishing and SSL VPN tunnels, one of the best new features is UAG’s support and enhancements for Windows DirectAccess (DA). DA is the future of remote access allowing for seamless, always-on connectivity. Always-on keeps users happy as they are continually productive, but it also keeps administrators content as users are “always-managed.” UAG helps make DA deployments simpler, more extensible and easier to scale

Forefront UAG enables organizations to give employees (and trusted partners and vendors) secure remote access to corporate resources.  With its focus on application intelligence and granular access control, UAG is an ideal solution all of your remote access needs that provides centralized management and policy control across all users, devices, and network resources.

You can find a new guide for UAG which outlines the critical infrastructure design elements that are key to the successful implementation in Microsoft Solution Accelerators. Use this guide to shorten your Forefront UAG infrastructure planning and deployment time!

·         Download the IPD Guide for Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway.

·         Visit the Forefront Unified Access Gateway page on TechNet to learn more.

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Yossi Yossifon

Comments (2)
  1. MeirM [MSFT] says:


    If you have setup problem, you can post its details on our TechNet forum and we will try to help you find the problem:


              Meir :->

  2. AJBernard says:

    Is there a trick to getting UAG 2010 RTM installed?  I have a Hyper-V R2 VM with 4GB RAM and 2 NICs connected to unique networks running a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 fully patched.  The simple install fails…

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