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Microsoft Forefront

We have started swapping 2003 servers for 2008 server. We use Microsoft Forefront's UAG to access files on these systems through VPN. Now that we have started using 2008 file servers, UAG acts like it is mapping the drive but never does... Also Win 7 machines will not map to either 2003 or 2008 servers. XP systems can use UAG to map to 2003 servers only just fine. Any ideas???
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
and you are fully patched up on the UAG side? Service packs? Rollups etc?
jbyrd1981Author Commented:
Should be... I also found this out of a technet article. This could be my answer?

•      Mapping local drives—Map a Windows share by adding a Local Drive Mapping application to a portal for each share. You can specify how each share is accessible to remote users. Note that using local drive mapping to connect to a Windows Server 2008 file server is not supported for any client operating system.

Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
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