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Forefront TMG Service Pack 2 Now Available

Forefront TMG Service Pack 2 Now Available

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We are happy to announce the availability of Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2). The service pack is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.

Here are some of the improvements we are introducing in Forefront TMG SP2:

  • Site activity report – Forefront TMG SP2 includes a new site activity report that enables you to generate a report showing the data transfer between users and specific websites. This report displays the amount of data transferred to and from different websites, for any
    period that you specify, per user. In addition, you can also display the total data transfer to and from a specific website, per user. 
  • Improved error pages – Forefront TMG SP2 improves the look and feel of web browser error pages and makes it easier to customize the pages.
  • Kerberos authentication for NLB arrays – Forefront TMG SP2 enables you to allow users to authenticate to a Forefront TMG array with Network Load Balancing (NLB) enabled using the Kerberos version 5 protocol.

Visit our TechNet Library for more information.

- The Forefront TMG Team

  • Where are the SP2 Release Notes????  They're still not published...

  • the additional documenations, KB's etc, will be release within the week.

  • Please let us go directly to SP2 without installing SP1 + Update 1. Makes it much faster to deploy. Can't understand why you have to go via earlier service packs - no other MS product requires this.

  • Something is seriously wrong with SP2. After installing it our users reported very serious performance problems with several applications, for example those that use AJAX-style postbacks, including SharePoint 2007, Compuware Changepoint and Team System Web Access. For example, when expanding a grouping in a SharePoint list this could take up to a minute. There was no performance issue on the server, and after uninstalling SP2 everything was fine again..

  • Jonas: You could make a slipstreamed media as I described in my blog it can then be used to make a fresh install that includes SP2.

  • After install SP2 something goes wrong. When a user open a teamviewer session from the internal to the external to transfer files, TMG 2010 does not respond. It's impossible to login from console, and if a previous session in console was open there is no traffic. Any kind of log of warning appears. It seem to be like TMG detects a attack and block himself, the internal NIC..

    Could anybody help me?


  • Users report OWA timeouts (approx. every 2 hours) since the installation of SP2

  • Thank you VERY much for the update - We were struggling with stability issues on SP1 Rollup 3 (Firewall service would consume all server Ram and kill the server). The update seems to have fixed all of my problems.


  • And what's next? Are there any plans to create TMG 2012?

  • Is this update also for MBE Edition? (6.0.6417)

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