Ben Ari's UAG and IAG Blog

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

January, 2011

  • Forwarding on the 6to4 network interface cannot be enabled

    An error you might run into when activating a DirectAccess configuration is the dreadful “Forwarding on the 6to4 network interface cannot be enabled”: This often happens after you rebuild a server, and try to restore a configuration from backup, and is...
  • UAG and SharePoint mobile access

    A nice feature of SharePoint is SharePoint Mobile Access , which allows you to access SharePoint sites on a mobile phone, without having to cope with the busy SharePoint web interface on the phone’s small screen. This is a built-in feature of UAG, as...
  • Hiding the UAG portal bar

    The UAG portal is designed to let you publish multiple applications using a single public hostname, but many customers need UAG to publish only a single application, or simply don’t want to have the portal visible to their users, and have the users redirected...
  • What’s wrong with me?

    I typically use this blog to talk about UAG and IAG stuff, but this time, I want to tell you about something a bit more personal. A lot of people have asked me what is the meaning of my double-name “Ben Ben”, as it appears in my Email. Now, with my and...
  • Where are you, user?!?!

    This time, a short one…some customers are wondering where would an administrator be able to know to which UAG node (in an array) a certain user has connected. For this, the Event Viewer is useful. 1. Open the UAG Web Monitor 2. Click on Session in the...
  • The UAG book is finally here!

    Back in March of 2010, I was approached by Packt Publishing, from the UK, to write a book about UAG. Somehow, even though the product-family (eGap, IAG and UAG) have been out there for many years, no book was ever written about any of the members, and...