Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) provides remote access to many different applications. One of the main scenarios for using Forefront UAG is to provide remote access to Microsoft Exchange Server mail services. Using Forefront UAG to provide remote access to your Exchange services provides several advantages over an installation of Exchange that does not include Forefront UAG.
About this guide
This guide is intended for use by the system administrator who is responsible for publishing Exchange services for remote users. The system administrator should be familiar with Forefront UAG, publishing applications and trunks on Forefront UAG, and should have a good working knowledge of Exchange and Exchange deployment scenarios.
It is presumed that Exchange has been installed and configured according to the required topology.
This guide includes the following topics:
- Overview of Exchange
services publishing—Provides an overview of publishing Exchange
services through Forefront UAG.
- Why enable remote access
to Exchange services with Forefront UAG?—Describes some of the
advantages of using Forefront UAG to access your Exchange
- Exchange services
publishing deployment options—Describes the possible ways in
which you can publish Exchange services on Forefront UAG.
- Publishing Exchange
services scenarios—Describes the steps required to publish
Exchange services on Forefront UAG.
- Verifying Exchange
services publishing—Describes how to verify if your Exchange
services were published successfully.