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Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess with Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) and Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) Now Available

Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess with Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) and Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) Now Available

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For all your Test Lab Guide fans – I’m happy to announce that we’ve released the new Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess with Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) and Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG).

This was a great Test Lab Guide to create. Why? First, it includes a number of technologies co-located on a single UAG server, which has been a challenge for people to get working. Second, there is no other existing documentation on how to get this configuration to work. And third, this Test Lab Guide actually represents the top of a four-level stack! The modular nature of the Test Lab Guide format made it relatively easy to put this Test Lab Guide together so that we could get this information out to you in record time (well, record time compared to how long it takes to get content on TechNet).

I hope you enjoy the Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess with Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) and Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG). As always, if you have any problems or run into any issues with this Test Lab Guide, let me know! Just write to me at the address in my sig line and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

HTH,

Tom

Tom Shinder
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UAG Direct Access/Anywhere Access Group (AAG)
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  • gona build this one tomorrow . . . looking forward to it

  • Hi TrevJans,

    Great! Let me know if you run into any issues.

    Remember the sequence for building it out:

    1. Base configuration

    2. Demonstrate UAG DirectAccess

    3. Demonstrate UAG DirectAccess with SSTP

    After you do those three TLGs, then you start the UAG DirectAccess with SSTP and RDG.

    Have fun!

    Tom

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