Enabling Hyper-V Management through DirectAccess

Lots of folks have bemoaned the fact that Hyper-V manglement through DirectAccess (DA) is (at best) inconsistent. To understand why this is so, we have to understand a bit about how Hyper-V and DA work from a network perspective. In order to support the bi-directional connectivity required by Hyper-V WMI usage, Installation of the Hyper-V…

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IPv6 Must be Enabled on the Forefront UAG Server’s External Interface

Since many customers have not utilized IPv6 prior to the advent of DirectAccess, some of them disabled IPv6 as part of their standard server build process or image (as described in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929852).  While we don’t recommend this (see the ‘Argument Against Disabling IPv6’ at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.07.cableguy.aspx), we have seen a few of our DirectAccess early adopters…

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Deep dive into UAG DirectAccess (IPv6 and DirectAccess)

Technorati Tags: uag – Unified Access Gateway,DirectAccess,IPv6,DirectAccess and IPv6,IPv6 prefixes,NAT64,DNS64 Ok, this time it’s going to be a long dive, hold your breath 🙂 I’ll skip my usual grandiose introduction, since there are many things I want to share today… NAT64 and DNS64 on video Oh, a quick note before I start, I had a…

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