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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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Types of trunks

When creating a trunk, you can create trunks of two distinct types—HTTP (where traffic between the client and UAG is sent unencrypted as "clear-text") trunks and HTTPS (or "secure") trunks. The difference between these is simple—HTTP trunks are accessible by users over the HTTP protocol, while HTTPS trunks require the browser to communicate with encryption. Some UAG customers are perfectly fine with using HTTP trunks, but most customers prefer the more secure HTTPS trunks, because their users will be sending and receiving sensitive data over the link. From a technical perspective, a trunk is a website running on the IIS server that is active on the UAG server, and just like any other website in the world, it has an IP address and ...

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