Tag Archives: Threat Management Gateway

Can Windows servers consume untreated Internet traffic safely?


Last September, Microsoft dropped a bombshell when they announced that they were dropping development of the Threat Management Gateway (TMG) product along with their decision to cease production of on-premises ant-virus products. The problem for the Exchange community was that … Continue reading

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“Exchange Unwashed” November 2012 digest


November was another busy month for the “Exchange Unwashed” blog. Here’s the digest of the articles that were published. Visio stencils released but no news of Exchange 2010 SP2 RU5 or TechNet updates (November 29). Microsoft released a very useful … Continue reading

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Kemp reveals LoadMaster changes after Microsoft drops TMG


In my post that discusses the notion of creating protocol-specific namespaces for use with Exchange 2013, I wondered what the load balancing vendors would react to the changing landscape of the Exchange world. Of course, it’s not just the new … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed September 2012 Digest


September 2012 was the month of MEC and many articles appeared to cover the happenings at the conference. I tried, but failed, to stay away from too many mentions of MEC in the “Exchange Unwashed” blog because there were many … Continue reading

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The consequences of Microsoft’s new cloud-centric security product strategy


If you haven’t read the news about Microsoft’s new direction for its on-premises security products, you might not be aware that offerings such as Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE) and Threat Management Gateway (TMG) will not be carried forward into … Continue reading

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