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Microsoft DirectAccess Best Practices and Troubleshooting by Jordan Krause

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Which flavor of DirectAccess are you talking about?

If you have done some reading on DA, you may be aware that there are two different server platforms which can provide DirectAccess. Well, there are three technically, but the original iteration in native Server 2008 R2 was quite difficult to handle, and I have yet to run across a network with it running. The other two, of which I still actively install both very regularly, are UAG DirectAccess and Server 2012 DirectAccess. As you can infer from the name, the latter runs on Server 2012 and is simply a role that you can add into Windows (don't do this until you read Chapter 1, DirectAccess Server Best Practices). UAG, on the other hand, is a software platform that needs to be installed on top of ...

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