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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 850 View Original Article

A new toy I’ve played around with recently is this new web-application proxy (WAP) role in Windows Server 2012 R2. I thought I’d write a quick post about setting up SharePoint 2013 with it because reverse proxying SharePoint applications is a good practise for publicly accessible SharePoint sites, and it’s good to share. Web Application Proxy is basically a simplified TMG Server; it’s without a lot of the functionality TMG Server has but on the plus side it gives a real quick way of setting up …
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