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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator’s Handbook

The Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator’s Handbook became available. This book is a must have for every UAG 2010 administrator – complete and comprehensive with a lot of deep technical details around the product. Ben and Ran are doing a … Continue reading

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Issues occur when you publish OWA in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 by using Forefront UAG

This KB article might interest you when publishing OWA in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 by using Forefront UAG: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2444842.

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Installing UAG SP1 and other hotfixes

UAG SP1 is out supersedes the UAG post RTM updates. In addition to the UAG SP1 it is recommended to install TMG SP1 and TMG SP1 Update 2. Before installing TMG SP1 you should read the TechNet article “Installing Forefront … Continue reading

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UAG is running slow? Release the CRL brake!

Are you running UAG in an isolated environment or is UAG blocked from accessing the internet? If so, you may experience delayed response times when logging on to UAG or when accessing the UAG portal. A possible root cause of … Continue reading

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A new book about UAG by Ben Ari and Ran Dolev

Ben Ari and Ran Dolev are both remarkable UAG champs at Microsoft. During the last months, they spent a lot of time to consolidate their deep knowledge and wrote a book about UAG. I am sure, the book will become … Continue reading

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Forefront TMG/UAG Help Wanted at Microsoft in Reading, UK and Munich, Germany

Microsoft UK and Microsoft Germany are hiring. See http://blogs.technet.com/b/isablog/archive/2010/09/29/forefront-tmg-uag-help-wanted-at-microsoft-in-reading-uk-and-munich-germany.aspx for more information

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Configuring password change permissions for Unified Access Gateway (UAG)

Users can change their user password through the UAG portal. Providing this functionality, it is mandatory that the Active Directory configuration is using a hostname or fully qualified domain name instead of an IP-address. See Configuring Active Directory authentication for … Continue reading

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