General Troubleshooting Methodology 851
Troubleshooting Tools 855
Putting It All Together 862
Troubleshooting any issue requires you to understand the different tools and logs available and to decide which ones fit the current scenario. Sometimes, as a result of various constraints, you will only be able to use a subset of logs. However, if you follow a linear, logical troubleshooting methodology, you can easily decide which tools and logs to use and solve the issue quickly. In the chapter you will learn about the different tools and logs available to help you troubleshoot problems with TMG.
When troubleshooting an issue (not necessarily a computer issue) ...