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perform iag to UAG migration

Posted on 2010-08-30
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I have to upgrade to IAG UAG I read that given the differences there is no
migration path but must be installed on new server and replicate the
configuration.
Is this correct?
If is so whether the systems can coexist until the migration
complete?
The installation of UAG does not create problems to the installed IAG in production?
Thanks
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by:simonlimon
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In my Experience, transferring the configuration is generally a bad idea.

I would document the applications that are currently in use and then publish services through UAG to Test it. I would run the IAG and UAG in parallel to check how the publishing works and then slowly migrate applications to UAG.

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Hi simonlimon
so it's possible run IAG and UAG in parallel without any problem also for the vpn access?
Thank you
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Here is the Microsoft guideline for the migration. I suggest you go over the differences over the previous version.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee921426.aspx#BKMK_UAGDeploy

With regards to running in parallel, it depends on your environemnt.
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