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Goodbye ISA Server…

Goodbye ISA Server…

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imageYou might not have noticed but this month (last January 10th) ISA Server 2006 Mainstream Support ended as shown in the table below:



The question that you might have is: what about this extended support that goes until January 2017? Extended support means the following:

The Extended Support phase follows Mainstream Support for Business and Developer products.  At the supported service pack level, Extended Support includes:

  • Paid support
  • Security update support at no additional cost
  • Non-security related hotfix support requires a separate Extended Hotfix Support Agreement to be purchased (per-fix fees also apply)
Please note:
  • Microsoft will not accept requests for warranty support, design changes, or new features during the Extended Support phase
  • Extended Support is not available for Consumer, Hardware, or Multimedia products
  • Enrollment in a maintenance program may be required to receive these benefits for certain products


Better to start planning your migration as part of your new year’s resolution.

  • Isn't TMG a dead-end without future major versions planned?

  • Where did you hear that? Any Microsoft "Official" channel? I'm not aware of Microsoft releasing any official statement on that.

  • So when/where can MS TMG customers expect to find an official statement on the TMG (or TMG vNext) roadmap?

  • As I no longer work on MS TMG Team (left one year ago, I can’t accurately answer your question. But my guess is that once it is announced it will be published at - TMG Official Team Blog.

  • i found this on wikipedia:

    (read the last paragraph)

    now what is the replacement? i just started to work with it :(

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