(If you didn’t participate in Quiz 1 – you can read the rules of the game over at http://blogs.technet.com/b/tomshinder/archive/2010/12/02/uag-sp1-directaccess-contest-quiz-one-round-one.aspx)
It’s time for Quiz 3-Round 1!
Send your entries until 9AM Central Standard Time (-0600 UTC) on Monday December 20th.
The scores are really close and at this point, anyone can end up winning Round 1. So make sure to send your answers in this week and next week.
Now for the questions!
You must be running IPv6 on your corporate network in order to deploy a UAG DirectAccess server that enables DirectAccess clients to connect to intranet resources from virtually anywhere.
What is a possible cause of this problem?
A. The NetBIOS name of the UAG server contains more than 15 characters
A. Windows Server 2008 R2
Now send your answers to me at (make sure to use this link since it contains the subject line I need):
The questions in Quiz 1 and Quiz 2 were pretty tough – so I hope you find these a bit easier. So far everyone is doing great and learning a lot! If you know any UAG DirectAccess admins, let them know about the contest so that they play too. Even though they might not win the first round (winner of the first four quizzes), remember there is a second round. So it’s possible to win by cleaning up in the second round. And they can join in on the fun of taking the quizzes and learning from the answers.
When the contest is over I’d like to put together a LiveMeeting and talk about the contest and if the winner is willing to be interviewed, take the opportunity to interview the winner and get his or her thoughts on UAG DirectAccess.
Knowledge Engineer, Microsoft DAIP iX/Forefront iX
UAG Direct Access/Anywhere Access Group (AAG)
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