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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook Paperback – January 24, 2011
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About the Author
Erez Ben-Ari is a long time Technologist and Journalist, and has worked in the Information Technology industry since 1991. During his career, Erez has provided security consulting and analysis services for some of the leading companies and organizations in the world, including Intel, IBM, Amdocs, CA, HP, NDS, Sun Microsystems, Oracle and many others. His work has gained national fame in Israel, and he has been featured in the press regularly. Having joined Microsoft in 2000, Erez has worked for many years in Microsoft's Development Center in Israel, where Microsoft's ISA Server was developed. Being a part of the release of ISA 2000, ISA 2004 and ISA 2006, Erez held several roles, including Operation engineering, Software testing, Web-based software design and testing automation design. Now living in the United States, Erez still works for Microsoft, currently as a senior support engineer for UAG.
As a journalist, Erez has been writing since 1995, and has written for some of the leading publications in Israel and in the United States. He has been a member of the Israeli National Press Office since 2001, and his personal blogs are read by thousands of visitors per month. Erez has also written, produced and edited content for TV and Radio, working for Israel's TV Channel 2, Ana-Ney communications, Radio Haifa and other venues.
Ran Dolev is a veteran of the network security and SSL VPN industries. Ran has worked with the UAG product for more than twelve years, since the product's inception at the start-up company Whale Communications in 1998, where Ran was the first full-time developer of the product. After several years Ran moved to a services position as the EMEA Professional Services Manager for the team. In this role Ran has designed and delivered numerous IAG and UAG training sessions in North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australia, to customers, partners and Microsoft employees. Ran also provides consulting and deployment services for many of Microsoft's enterprise UAG customers
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This book is appropriate for beginner through intermediate UAG experience. I recommend his Customization book for the more complex solutions, which is also very well written.
Ben also includes a wealth of supplemental resource information to use as additional reference materials and tapping into community support forums.
Side note: A significant amount of change in UAG, TMG, and DirectAccess direction has occured since this book was published (in the 2012 to 2013 timeframe). Collect up the current state of these technologies when you are reading this book and be aware of the changes. I'm hoping an update to the book arrives after the dust settles...
What I think differentiates this book from other similar IT reference books is easy, sometimes even amusing style of writing, so you can without any trouble read the book from one end to the other. If you are working with UAG, this book definitely is a great reference and technical resource.
Following on from this, it moves into a whole new world revolving around the new Microsoft DirectAccess arena. Ths is quite a complicated arena and the book has made a good effort in demystifying the procedure.
The troubleshooting sections proved extremely useful when I started branching out and enabling other functions and testing the publication of my own applications.
All-in-all a good read and a good tool in any administrators library.