A Solution to the “Forwarding on the 6to4 Interfaces Cannot be Enabled” Error

Ben Ari posted an answer to the Forwarding on the 6to4 Interface cannot be enabled error that you might see when you try to activate the DirectAccess configuration on the UAG DirectAccess server. When you activate the configuration, it will look something like this:   Check Ben’s blog post at http://blogs.technet.com/b/ben/archive/2011/01/27/forwarding-on-the-6to4-network-interface-cannot-be-enabled.aspx for the reason and…

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URL and Antivirus Filtering for DirectAccess Clients

The question on how to handle DirectAccess clients and Internet security for those clients is always a popular topic. As I’ve mentioned many times in this blog, the overall threat and management profile of the DirectAccess client should be little different than a client that is on the intranet. However, there is one major difference…

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Does Removing ISATAP for the DNS Block List Impact Security?

If you choose to deploy ISATAP to support your DirectAccess deployment, one of the things you need to do is remove the name ISATAP from the DNS block list if you’re using a Windows DNS server running Windows Server 2003 SP2 or above. By default, these DNS servers will not resolve queries for the names…

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IPv6 and DirectAccess Troubleshooting Cheat Sheets

What would you be willing to pay for a really cool IPv6 and DirectAccess troubleshooting cheat sheet? $5? $10? $100? ONE HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS? Would you pay one hundred billion dollars for these cheat sheets? Since these cheat sheets are priceless we’re going to give them away. Thanks to DirectAccess guru and all around good…

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Choosing Between Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG for Publishing Scenarios

Your first decision when planning a publishing solution using Forefront TMG 2010 (TMG) or Forefront UAG 2010 (UAG) is to determine which of the two products best fits the needs of the deployment. Both TMG and UAG can securely publish Exchange, SharePoint, Terminal Services and web-based line of business applications to the Internet. However TMG…

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Serving Up Quality Content on the TechNet Wiki–The TMG Troubleshooting Survival Guide

There’s a continuing debate in the IT Pro community whether or not you can host quality content on a wiki. If you don’t know what a wiki is, it’s a platform where anyone can post content and then after the content is posted, anyone can edit it. Seems like a good idea, since IT Pros…

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