Forefront Unified Access Gateway
Published: December 11, 2009
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About This Guide
The Infrastructure Planning and Design Guide for Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway outlines the critical infrastructure design elements that are key to a successful implementation of Forefront Unified Access Gateway (Forefront UAG). The reader is guided through the logical three-step process of selecting the Forefront UAG features required, determining the number of instances, and designing the infrastructure. If access logging is required, the guide leads the reader through selecting and designing the most appropriate data store.
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In More Detail
The Infrastructure Planning and Design Guide for Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway includes the following three-step process:
Step 1: Define the Scope of the Forefront Unified Access Gateway Project. In this step, the scope of the Forefront Unified Access Gateway (Forefront UAG) project will be defined and the client requirements will be determined.
Step 2: Determine the Number of Forefront Unified Access Gateway Instances Required. This step is used to decide how many instances of Forefront UAG are required in order to service the needs of the in-scope client population.
Step 3: Design the Server Infrastructure. After the number of instances of Forefront UAG has been determined, the server infrastructure must be designed for each instance to meet the requirements for each group of clients listed in Step 1.
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