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…

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UAG 2010 SP1: Improving Testing in our Push for Quality

Hi everyone. I’m David from the UAG test team. In this post I want to tell you a bit about the test work we did for UAG 2010 SP1. During this release, our major goal was to bring the product to a new level of quality, and to do this we pretty much rebuilt our…

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Connecting DirectAccess Clients to SAP

When a DirectAccess client computer is on the Internet, it connects to the corporate network using DirectAccess. All communications between the DirectAccess client and DirectAccess server are done over IPv6 (encapsulated by an IPv4 tunnel to carry the IPv6 traffic over the IPv4 Internet). In fact, the client application assumes that the connection is IPv6…

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Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 SP1 Is Available For Download

We are proud to announce that Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 was released and is available now for download as an upgrade from UAG 2010 or for a clean install. SP1 includes a leap forward in DirectAccess deployments, ADFS 2.0 support and investments in quality. You can learn more on our TechNet Library and…

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Types of updates available for UAG

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 UAG may have and how they relate to each other. UAG can have the following types of updates: 1. A private fix, which the product-group may issue to…

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UAG DirectAccess and the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security – Things You Should Know

Both the Windows DirectAccess and the UAG DirectAccess solutions are heavily dependent on the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. DirectAccess clients take advantage of both firewall rules and Connection Security Rules. Connection Security Rules are IPsec rules that control the IPsec tunnel mode connections between the DirectAccess clients and the DirectAccess server. In addition to…

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