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  • Migration of ISA2006 to UAG 2010

    Hi ,

    I have two ISA 2006 server running on array having OS windows 2003 32 bit.
    Now i wanted to do OS upgradation to windows 2008 R2 and upgrade existing ISA rules to UAG 2010.

    Can anyone can share me the Steps how to proceed and what all precaution
    has to be taken while upgradation

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    Re: Migration of ISA2006 to UAG 2010

    It appears there is no direct migration path:
    https://social.technet.microsoft.com...06-to-uag-2010

    Suggest you do a trial/proof of concept test, then repeat in live
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Migration of ISA2006 to UAG 2010

      Replacement for ISA Server (directly) is Forefront TMG, where you can export the rules from ISA and import them into TMG.

      UAG and TMG, although sharing large amounts of common ground, aren't really meant for the same purpose. UAG is predominantly a reverse proxy, for controlling access to internal resources from external requests, whilst TMG is predominantly a standard proxy server.

      Note though that both products are discontinued and are entering extended support this year. I would give serious consideration to an alternative product personally.
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        Re: Migration of ISA2006 to UAG 2010

        But MS has extended support till 2020.. or what alternative i should have inplace of UAG.

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        • #5
          Re: Migration of ISA2006 to UAG 2010

          Can't answer that without knowing your requirements.

          Note though that extended support means security patching only and not any new features or non-critical bug fixes.
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