Monday, October 13, 2014 Summit is now gone, but I wanted to take some time to recount some of the events as I saw them happening. First, I wanted to congratulate the Dynamic Partner Connections team for an excellent event hosted at the Renaissance Hotel.
The Win+Tab key combination was introduced in Windows Vista and appears to have been removed in Windows 8, but is back in Windows 10. The initial display is very like Alt+Tab which allows task switching, but also has an …
It has been a while since my last post. I have been very busy with a number of activities (more on that in a later post). One of those activities has been this year’s RoboCup Junior Australia competition. For the last two years I have been the mentor for the All Saints College Robotics Club.
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With the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 there is a new server role called Web Application Proxy (WAP). The WAP server role functions as the ADFS Proxy as well. In customer scenarios where a DMZ/perimeter network is used the common issue is how to get Dynamics CRM published to the internet. One option you have is to put the CRM Front End server in the DMZ, but the main problem with this is the CRM server is required to be domain joined, which is usually a no-no for a DMZ. So in the past some options included ISA or UAG but those products are being phased out. So now we have the WAP server role. This can be used to publish the CRM URLs needed for internet facing access. The rest of this post will walk through the WAP configuration and publishing the CRM URLs.