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

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More infrastructure considerations

We already said that DA uses Group Policy to configure clients to use it. The way this works is that when you complete the configuration of the UAG server, it generates a script that creates the appropriate group policy objects that are required in the domain, and binds them to the organizational units automatically, as defined in the DA wizard. This implies that you do need a domain, based on Windows 2003 or later, and have both the UAG server and clients joined to it. You will also need to create a user group for DA users, and add to it users who will be using DA. You would probably want to start with a pilot of just a few users and gain some confidence that connectivity works well for them, before moving on ...

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