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

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Domain membership

An important consideration for UAG is whether to have the server as a domain member or not. From a security perspective, the less connection the server has to other infrastructure, the better, and so most organizations would prefer to have the server be a stand-alone server (member of a workgroup that is). However, some UAG features and scenarios necessitate domain membership. Also, even when not a domain member, UAG usually needs to provide it's users with access to the published applications based on the user's domain membership. In that case, even though the server does not have to be a member, it does need the type of access a domain member would need in order to authenticate the user. For example, free passage for the RPC ...

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