Yesterday I finished writing the final chapter of the DirectAccess 2012 book (a.k.a. Unified Remote Access, or URA) I’ve been working on for the past few months. It’s going to be about 300 pages of goodness, covering everything about this technology from the basic design and building blocks to advanced troubleshooting and tracing.

Now that the core text is fully written, we’ll have a few weeks of reviews, editing, layout and approvals, and with some luck, the book will be out in December or early January. Like my previous books, it will be available on the publisher’s website (Packt Publishing) and Amazon.