Access control for publishing planning guide
Published: January 11, 2010
Updated: February 1, 2010
Applies To: Unified Access Gateway
Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) provides a gateway for remote employees, mobile workers, partners, and other third-parties to access corporate applications and resources. To help secure applications published through the gateway, Forefront UAG allows you to define which users are allowed to access the applications, and how they will authenticate to Forefront UAG and to the applications. Forefront UAG allows you to use a number of authentication servers to authenticate users to the portal.
About this guide
This guide is designed to help you understand how you can use Forefront UAG with authentication servers to identify and preauthenticate end users to the portal, and to authenticate end users to the published applications.
The guide is intended for the system administrator who is responsible for ensuring that end users are properly authenticated to the Forefront UAG portal and to the published applications.
Use this guide to:
Understand endpoint access and identity concepts. For information, see Introduction to endpoint access design.
Identify your endpoint access and identity deployment goals. For information, see Identifying your endpoint access deployment goals.
Map your deployment goals to an endpoint access and identity design. For information, see Mapping your deployment goals to an endpoint access design.