Monthly Archives: November 2009

Publishing Outlook Anywhere with Unified Access Gateway (UAG)

Introduction The Microsoft web site provides several articles about Exchange publishing with UAG. Authenticating Exchange Mail Applications using UAG RC0 Considerations for Exchange Publishing Exchange services access with Forefront UAG Load Balancing Backend Servers Farms None of the articles describes … Continue reading

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Activation error when using a UAG SSL certificate with a nCipher HSM

This post is about configuring a Unified Access Gateway (UAG) trunk with a SSL certificate using the nCipher HSM cryptographic services provider (CSP). If you have created a certificate request manually and assigned the certificate to a UAG trunk, activating … Continue reading

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Constraining paths for a web application

In a scenario where you want to limit access to a web application, you may ask if and how UAG can help you to fulfill this requirement. Generally, there are two locations where a URL constraint can be defined: In … Continue reading

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Publishing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) with Unified Access Gateway (UAG)

SharePoint extranet access with Forefront UAG is documented on Microsoft TechNet. However it might be hard to read through all the articles without having explanatory configuration screenshots. The greatest challenge for me was to get the SharePoint Alternate Access Mappings … Continue reading

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