Ben Ari's UAG and IAG Blog

Plenty of useful and fun info on UAG, Microsoft's remote access and reverse-proxy product.

March, 2009

  • Troubleshooting IAG Client installation issues

    The IAG client components are an important part of the endpoint security that the product provides, as these detect and report back to the server what is running on that computer, and more importantly - what's not running. The client tools also are also...
  • File Access mapping for a user's Home Directory troubleshooting

    One feature of the IAG File-Access feature is the ability access the client's home directory. This allows the client easy and quick access to the folder pre-set for his user account. To activate this feature, open the IAG configuration console and open...
  • IIS link parsing wreaks havoc when IBM Servers are involved

    Many people are unaware that IIS has a built in limit on URL length. When it tries to process a URL that contains a straight piece that is longer than 260 characters, it's considered invalid, and the server sends out a "Bad Request (Invalid URL)" message...
  • NON secure items?!?!?!?!

    One of the security features of IE is often ignored. This feature is active when browsing a secure site (HTTPS), and it warns the user if the page tries to load files from other locations that are not secure. For example, a page could have an embedded...
  • e-Gap/IAG and localization.

    One of the best features of e-Gap and IAG is it's incredible flexibility with regards to localization. The login screen, for example, supports several languages out of the box, with no need for any configuration or tweaking. Just launch the login page...