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Is it possible to connect SL using Microsoft TMG as a proxy??


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I'm not directly familiar, although I use Windows Server regularly.

There's no way to prevent SL using the UDP protocol and it is required, so if the proxy solution for TMG won't support UDP (as you claim) then I think you're out of luck. My understanding is that you require a SOCKS-friendly proxy to support UDP.

 

I do also notice that TMG is end of life, stuck on extended support only. Maybe it's time to look for a new security solution?

Some useful sources of information:-

SL KB - Using Second Life with a Firewall

SL F - HTTP Proxy for Second Life

Wiki - Microsoft TMG

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I'm not directly familiar, although I use Windows Server regularly.

There's no way to prevent SL using the UDP protocol and it is required, so if the proxy solution for TMG won't support UDP (as you claim) then I think you're out of luck. My understanding is that you require a SOCKS-friendly proxy to support UDP.

 

I do also notice that TMG is end of life, stuck on extended support only. Maybe it's time to look for a new security solution?

Some useful sources of information:-

SL KB - Using Second Life with a Firewall

SL F - HTTP Proxy for Second Life

Wiki - Microsoft TMG

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