Posts Tagged ‘Forefront’

The “Deploying” series of books Microsoft Press have brought out are short to the point manuals. The three published all cover the Forefront Product range, Threat Management Gateway 2010, Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server and this one Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010. Will there be more? I don’t know. What I do know is […]


Books from Microsoft on Internet Security and Acceleration Server are rare. There have been only 3 to date, two pocket administration companions and an exam training kit. So it was certainly a rare treat to see a full blown Administrators Companion appear for the ISA server successor Threat Management Gateway (TMG). A full blown Administrator’s […]


  When we talk to customers about security one thing we hear is that they would like to be able to get all their security products from one vendor. Over the last year Microsoft has released a range of security products. Some new additions to the portfolio and some are updates. The aim was providing […]


All organizations need to manage identities, credentials, and resources. Some lucky organizations only have to deal with one directory, but most have to deal with multiple directory trees and application-specific identity sources. The IT department in those organizations are expected to deliver this management efficiently, cost effectively, and securely. When this management goes bad, IT […]


For organizations to make the best use of its information it has to be able to collaborate effectively. This collaboration could internal or external. In past posts I’ve talked about how teams can use SharePoint to share information of all types and also how organizations create cross-organization connections with AD FS. In this post I […]