RD Gateway/Web Access Outside the Firewall

I recently had the opportunity to work with one of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2's neatest features:  Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) and Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access).  If you aren't familiar with these features, check out a brief summary here. The setup is fairly straightforward, as outlined here and here.  However, I... Continue Reading →

Exchange 2010: Simplify OWA URL

Exchange Outlook Web Access is a wonderful feature, but directing users to access it on their own can be a patience testing proposal if you're not using URL redirection. For example: you've installed Exchange 2010, configured all the appropriate roles, including the CAS (Client Access Server; responsible for OWA), and deserve a hero's welcome, or... Continue Reading →

Installing a Unified Communications SSL Certificate for Exchange 2007

Secure communications in an Exchange enterprise messaging environment is critical.  In Exchange 2007, Microsoft introduced the use of Unified Communications (UCC) or Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL certificates.  These Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates allow the secure use of multiple domain names with one certificate, with some certificate providers allowing the use of up to... Continue Reading →

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