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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 1104 View Original Article

SharePoint is often used to host public-facing websites and we can all agree it’s generally a bad idea to have general purpose SharePoint farm sitting on a publicly accessible interface directly. That’s where reverse-proxies come in rather handy; they’re designed to be the link between the scary outside world and your nice & cosy internal, AD-managed SharePoint farm. In a worst case scenario your reverse-proxy would take the brunt of any attacks leaving your SharePoint farm to happily contin…
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