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Why use Microsoft Unified Access Gateway (UAG) for DirectAccess?

Microsoft introduced DirectAccess technology in Windows server 2008R2 wherein we can connect directly to our corporate resources without the need of any VPN software. Particularly, DirectAccess configuration is pushed to the client machines through a set of group policies. Once these group policies have been applied on all Windows 7 domain joined machines, these machines can then connect remotely to the corporate network without dialing in to any VPN server.
Although, it sounds a great solution from the description it’s not easy to deploy though. The major requirement for DirectAccess is the IPv6 connectivity within the internal network.

Microsoft UAG Error: "URL /Filesharing/ contains an illegal path"

It seems to be a bug in UAG when you try to publish File Access and Remote Desktop Services on the same server. When you add applications in UAG and you add RDS before File Access you will see the following warning in the Web Logs of UAG. Also, when you try to access the File Access in portal from a client machine then you will see an error " URL /Filesharing/ contains an illegal path ".

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