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Adding applications to a trunk

Published: January 11, 2010

Updated: February 1, 2011

Applies To: Unified Access Gateway

This topic describes how to add applications that will be published in a Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) portal trunk.

To add an application to a portal trunk

  1. In the Forefront UAG Management console, select the portal trunk to which you want to add the application. In the main trunk properties page, in the Applications area, click Add to open the Add Application Wizard.

  2. On the Select Application page, choose the application you want to publish. For help with specific user interface settings, see Select Application page.

  3. On the Application Setup page, specify the name and type of the application. For help with specific user interface settings, see Application Setup page.

  4. On the Endpoint Security page, select the access policies for your application. Note that not all of the policies may be available for some published applications. For help with specific user interface settings, see Endpoint Security page.

  5. On the Application Deployment page, specify whether you want to publish a single server or a Web farm. For help with specific user interface settings, see Application Deployment page.

  6. On the Web Servers page, if you are publishing a Web application, on the Web Servers page, configure settings for the backend Web server that you want to publish. Note that if an application requires paths and you want to add more than three, press the Insert key in the Paths list to add additional paths. For help with specific user interface settings, see Web Servers page.

  7. On the Connectivity Verifier Settings page, if you are publishing a Web farm, specify how the state of Web farm members should be detected. For help with specific user interface settings, see Connectivity Verifier Settings page.

  8. If you are publishing a non-Web server, on the Server Settings page, configure backend server settings. Each application has a unique user interface, depending on the required parameters. For information about application-specific server settings, see Server settings reference (non-Web applications).

  9. On the Authentication page, specify how clients provide credentials to published backend Web servers that require authentication. For help with specific user interface settings, see Authentication page.

  10. On the Portal Link page, specify how the application appears in the portal home page of the trunk. For help with specific user interface settings, see Portal Link page.

  11. On the console toolbar, click the Activate configuration icon, and then on the Activate Configuration dialog box, click Activate.

 
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