Ben Ari's UAG and IAG Blog

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

March, 2010

  • Parsian Gulf

    It’s time to talk a little about body parsing. One of IAG and UAGs key functions are parsing the body of files it delivers to connecting clients. The filter parses the files, and looks for various HTML and Script links within them, and “signs” them by...
  • Troubleshooting RuleSet issues

    One of the primary security mechanisms built into IAG and UAG is the RuleSet engine. This mechanism inspects every URL request submitted to IAG or UAG, and tries to match it to one of the preconfigured rules. These rules define URLs and patterns that...
  • It’s that time of the year again…

    Yeah, folks, it’s that time of the year again – the time to update your IAG Server. Update 3 for IAG 3.7 SP2 has been released a few weeks back, and it addresses multiple issues. The biggest news is that it includes New client components that support...
  • How to use the UAG ISO image file to install UAG

    Like many other software packages, UAG is offered to the public as an ISO image (in addition to a physical or virtual appliance). Many people are familiar with ISO disk image files and how to use them, but we have seen a few cases where it was unclear...