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

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Planning remote connectivity

UAG supports several types of remote connectivity that are beyond simple application publishing, and these sometimes require additional considerations. The first such scenario is, of course, DirectAccess—a.k.a. the VPN Celebrity of 2010. DirectAccess configuration is pushed out to clients using Group Policy, so this has to be factored in as well. Just having a group policy active is not enough, of course. UAG will create the proper policy, but collateral policies may need to be adjusted. For example, the local Firewall service on each client needs to be on (although the Firewall itself can be off). If your organization's group policy has been defined to set Firewalls to off, you might have to go in and change that. ...

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