How are you handling SharePoint 2013 Extranet

What is your infrastructure? Are you using reverse proxy? Who's?
What kind of authentication?

If you could please describe your scenarios, I'd appreciate it.
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MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrAsked:
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FastFngrzConnect With a Mentor Commented:
As an extranet, most would put the entire farm in a DMZ, secured with good backups, account lockout enabled and an ssl to encrypt everything.  However, many just poke a hole in the firewall and expose 443 to the internal front end servers.  If you are using a reverse proxy, make sure it understands all the WebDAV verbs a site can use.

More appropriately , what are the policies you have to abide by?   That will dictate what security you put in place.  Many folks have a DMZ, but allow servers in the DMZ to initiate inbound connections to the corporate network.  Others would choke at such a vulnerability.  Again, depends on policy.
MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrAuthor Commented:
trying to leave question open, hoping for more feedback..

Thank you Fast.. for your input.
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