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  • Blog Post: After installing IAG 2007 SP2 - Mobile Devices can no longer synchronize through IAG

    With the release of IAG 2007 SP2 (although this behavior can happen with any new update), we have been receiving some support calls about this subject and we want to bring some awareness about this behavior. Last year we published two posts about Active Sync configuration on IAG 2007: http://blogs...
  • Blog Post: Publishing SharePoint with IAG 2007 – Part 2: Common Questions

    Hi, SharePoint publishing with IAG is a very popular scenario. Here is a list of common SharePoint publishing questions and issues I was frequently asked about during the last months: · I can’t edit SharePoint datasheets / explorer view / other SharePoint functionality when it is published by...
  • Blog Post: ISA 2006 SP1 and IAG 2007 Supportability Statement

    Introduction Occasionally you find the combination of two things that result in something better than the sum of the individual parts. Some combinations that come to mind are peanut butter and chocolate, steak and lobster, and ISA Server 2006 and IAG 2007. You can’t eat ISA and IAG but combined...
  • Blog Post: Publishing SharePoint with IAG 2007 – Part 3: SharePoint Topologies

    In this post I will review several SharePoint topologies and discuss how they influence IAG and AAM settings. For each topology I’ll explain the considerations and provide sample configurations. For complete step-by-step configuration guide, please use this TechNet article . These topologies are simplification...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 – Part 2 of 2

    1. Introduction We published the first part of this article, which had step by step details of how to configure Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007. In this second part, we will cover troubleshooting the most common issues that we’ve encountered while publishing ActiveSync through IAG 2007. ...
  • Blog Post: Certificates on IAG 2007

    1. Introduction The use of Digital Certificates with IAG 2007 is essential for several IAG authentication and access scenarios as well as for providing encryption of sensitive data. There are two main scenarios when using certificates; it is common to have misunderstandings about which scenarios...
  • Blog Post: How IAG 2007 Can Mitigate Against SQL Injection Attacks – Demo Scenario

    1. Introduction SQL Injection is a potential threat to any web application that has an SQL based database backend. This is true not just for Microsoft SQL backend but any web application on any OS with an SQL database backend. There are lots of applications and application developers that didn...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Windows 2008 Terminal Services Farm (session broker) behind IAG 2007

    The Terminal Server Session Broker Load Balancing feature allows to evenly distribute the session load between servers in a load-balanced terminal server farm. With TS Session Broker Load Balancing, new user sessions are redirected to the terminal server with the fewest sessions. Using TS Session...
  • Blog Post: Walk-through for RSA SecurID Authentication for IAG 2007 – Part 2 of 2

    Last post we reviewed the RSA Agent configuration, now we are going to cover the IAG. IAG 2007 Configuration • Install the RSA Authentication Agent on the IAG server. • IAG 2007 uses the RSA supplied authentication agent to communicate with and verify credentials against, the RSA Authentication...
  • Blog Post: IAG SP2 – It is all about the application

    When Microsoft acquired Whale Communications about 2 years ago, there was a big question of how will Microsoft change the future of the access industry. As remote access was mainly a networking solution delivered by the networking vendors, the entrance of Microsoft into this game was sure to change the...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 – Part 1 of 2

    1. Introduction Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 in theory is pretty straight forward. When I say in theory it is because just following the wizard steps may not be enough. There are some scenarios that require you to make customizations to the configuration after finishing execution...
  • Blog Post: New White Paper: Implementing an ADFS Solution for Microsoft Dynamics CRM by Using Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG)

    Even though we are focused on UAG these days, we and our partners still promote IAG and add more content for our community. Here is a blog cross-post from the CRM team blog on enabling ADFS for CRM using IAG. Most of the content of this paper is also true for UAG and for other applications like SharePoint...