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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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Tweaking IPv6 for complex networks

IPv6 has been around for quite a while, but still, most organizations in the United States are still clinging to IPv4 with both hands. This year was particularly significant for IPv6, as some of the major public websites such as Bing, Google, Facebook, and others enabled IPv6 for their services and products (http://www.worldipv6launch.org/). This makes IPv6 a whole lot harder to ignore.

If you are deploying URA, IPv6 will become much more important to you, even if it doesn't get you as excited as us. URA was designed to offer full functionality with little knowledge of IPv6 and without any need to deploy it, but if you do want to make the best use of this technology, there might be a thing or two for you to tweak. ...

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