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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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So, what's in it for me?

The bottom line is that the code that UAG runs is complicated. It was written and re-written over many years, and no one can be expected to just go through it in a day. The code, just like any other, goes around in loops, jumps from script to script and uses tons of variables and functions. We already mentioned the tool HTTPWatch back in Chapter 8 as a tool that can help us see what's going on. It shows the files that are being requested by the browser, and can help track them. It won't however show you files that are executed due to a server-side INCLUDE statement. Since this tool runs on the browser, it only shows the resulting HTML content after the server-side ASP code has been already executed, without the original ...

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