Recently I posted an article on ISAserver.org on using Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 to monitor and optionally block network access based on the country/geography of the source or [...]
Fastvue TMG Reporter gives you great insight into what sites are being accessed. Forefront TMG administrators are often surprised to see sites in their reports that they believed were being blocked by their Forefront TMG access rules. By running reports on these sites, they often discover that it is due to an unintended consequence of another access rule that permits traffic for a different situation. I thought it would be useful to review the various methods of site blocking to ensure that your rules are as broad or as specific as they need to be.
This article describes the different methods of hosting multiple web sites on a single host using Microsoft IIS, and publishing web sites with Forefront TMG
Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 is a powerful application-layer firewall and web proxy server. TMG also includes advanced web protection technologies for providing essential security for clients accessing resources [...]
There are several logging options to choose from when configuring Forefront TMG 2010, including the option to log to a remote SQL server. Logging to a remote SQL server historically [...]
With numerous improvements to the logging infrastructure in Forefront TMG 2010, logging is pretty much a “set it and forget it” operation these days. Forefront TMG firewall administrators typically don’t [...]
As I outlined in a previous blog post, the native reporting tools included with Forefront TMG 2010 are quite limited. In addition to the shortcomings I mentioned previously, deployments of [...]
One of the areas that improved significantly in Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 is logging. Sure, it doesn’t get all the attention that TMG’s advanced web protection capabilities do. [...]