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  • Blog Post: AD Marker method used for automatic detection for Firewall clients

    ForeFront TMG Beta 2 introduces AD (Active Directory) Marker as the new method used for automatic detection of the location of the server for Firewall clients. If AD Marker is not deployed, then the Firewall client will fall back to DHCP and DNS. This is to enable backward compatibility and allows...
  • Blog Post: Forefront TMG Beta 2: Virtualization Ready

    As Forefront TMG Beta 2 starts to really make its rounds, we hear from many of the community: “What about virtualization? Will TMG be virtualization ready? Can we run as a VHD now? Can TMG be used as a virtual security solution in my data center?” My answer to all of those questions: “You bet it can...
  • Blog Post: Forefront TMG Beta 2 is Released

    Hi Everyone: I wanted to publish a follow-on to Jim's enthusiastic post about our public beta. We have reached an important and critical milestone in the release of Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG), our comprehensive network protection solution. For those of you catching up on the TMG line...
  • Blog Post: How to get NLB to work with Forefront TMG when running in Hyper-V.

    If you are running your Forefront TMG servers as Windows 2008 Hyper-V guests and you have enabled NLB in Forefront TMG, you may have noticed that the NLB cluster nodes fail to converge. There is a known issue with Unicast NLB and Hyper-V that affects ISA 2006 and Forefront TMG deployments. Note...
  • Blog Post: Keeping High Availability with Forefront TMG’s ISP Redundancy Feature

    Overview Today, more and more businesses rely on their Internet Service Providers link (or ISP) to handle their outside Internet world communications. Sending emails, browsing the web and any other web related actions are essential business infrastructure services that are only available as long the...