Client component deployment planning guide
Published: January 11, 2010
Updated: February 1, 2010
Applies To: Unified Access Gateway
Remote access to internal applications published by the Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) server may come from a variety of client endpoints, such as, company-owned laptops, home computers, and public Internet kiosks. Forefront UAG has the required technology to identify settings and features on an endpoint computer, and allow or deny access accordingly.
About this guide
This Endpoint component deployment design guide is intended for the system administrator who is responsible for providing remote access to end users through Forefront UAG. The guide is designed to help you understand how to use Forefront UAG client endpoint components and client endpoint policies, to allow or deny access to published applications.
Use this guide to:
Understand client endpoint component concepts. For more information, see Introduction to endpoint component deployment design.
Identify the goals you want to achieve when deploying client endpoint components. For more information, see Identifying your client endpoint component deployment goals.
Map your deployment goals to a component deployment design. For more information, see Mapping your deployment goals to client endpoint component deployment design.