Ben Ari's UAG and IAG Blog

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

June, 2011

  • Too much information!

    In a recent blog post, I discussed a common situation where one might need to add content to the login page . Since then, many customers asked if I can suggest a way to add content in other places on the page. For example, if we want to provide guidance...
  • Certainty with Certificate

    As most UAG customers use certificates, either for their HTTPS trunks or their DA configuration (or both), the topic of certificate management often comes up. While the windows OS does have a built-in certificate management console, many users find it...
  • Teach a server to fish

    In my recent blog post about AppWrap and SRA , I discussed how one can use these mechanisms to instruct UAG to alter textual content “on the fly”, as UAG passes a file to the client’s computer. I also mentioned that this could be used to overcome a situation...
  • Detective agency

    As you probably know, one of UAG’s most important features is the endpoint detection mechanism. This engine runs a special detection script on connecting clients, which reports back to UAG certain properties of the endpoint. Then, the administrator can...
  • Webinar: UAG and SecureAuth

    SecureAuth ( http://www.gosecureauth.com ) is a company that develops an extensible identity and enforcement platform, offering 2-factor authentication for various products. The company is about to release their product as an extension to UAG, and are...