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Microsoft DirectAccess Best Practices and Troubleshooting by Jordan Krause

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What does Manage Out have to do with IPv6?

IPv6 is essentially the reason why Manage Out does not work until we make some additions to your network. "But DirectAccess in Server 2012 handles all of my IPv6 to IPv4 translations so that my internal network can be all IPv4, right?" The answer to that question is yes, but those translations only work in one direction. For example, in our previous Group Policy processing scenario, the client computer calls out for Active Directory, and those packets traverse the DirectAccess tunnels using IPv6. When the packets get to the DirectAccess server, it sees that the Domain Controller is IPv4, so it translates those IPv6 packets into IPv4 and sends them on their merry way. Domain Controller receives the said ...

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