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DirectAccess Deep Dive Training at TechMentor 2014

It is with great pleasure that I announce that I’ll be delivering a comprehensive, three-hour deep-dive training session at the TechMentor 2014 conference this year. The conference will be held August 11-15, 2014 in Redmond, WA. During the session you’ll learn how to design, plan, implement, and support DirectAccess running on Windows Server 2012 R2. If you’re considering deploying DirectAccess this year, you won’t want to miss out on this event. If you register before June 4 you can save $300.00, so register today!

Secure Remote Access to On-Premises Private Cloud Resources with Microsoft Windows DirectAccess

Here on the Iron Networks Cloud Infrastructure Blog we talk quite a bit about the Microsoft private cloud with Hyper-V and System Center. We’ve extolled the virtues of the Microsoft Private Cloud stack with Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V and System Center 2012, the building blocks for deploying scalable, highly available systems to support agile and dynamic workloads. The vision of the modern datacenter is at the heart of some very exciting technology and solutions, such as the Iron Networks IronPOD.

Welcome to the Iron Networks Cloud Infrastructure Blog

As many of you know, back in March we changed our name from nAppliance Networks, to Iron Networks.  The reason for this change was that as we shifted our focus away from traditional network edge security and access products towards building up products focused on cloud-based infrastructures, so the nAppliance moniker no longer fit…it no longer represented what we were trying to accomplish.

Microsoft UAG Server 2010: Making “Sign Out" link visible in SharePoint Portal

When publishing SharePoint portal through the Microsoft UAG Server it removes the default “Sign Out” link on the SharePoint portal which is otherwise visible when accessing internally (Corporate network without going through UAG). Some people do think this as an issue but really this isn’t an issue rather a feature of UAG. UAG Portal has a “log Off” button which when used logs the user off from the main UAG portal and terminates all connections from UAG to the internal servers.

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