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My company plan to migrate Exchange server 2010 to 2016, and current I am using TMG 2010 on Edge server to make as a proxy. Unfortunately, TMG 2010 doesn't support on Windows 2012, I am looking alternative firewall software to replace it. Is there anyone experience on the replacement TMG? Thanks for your advice!


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Chanrith
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there is no real need to replace TMG you can still use it (without upgrading to windows 2012) with exchange 2016. (i am talking about TMG and not the Edge role)

that said if you are primarily using it as reverse proxy you can really use anything, you can use windows IIS arr http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2013/mobility-client-access/iis-application-request-routing-part1.html

you can use a much more complex solution like Citrix netscaler

or really anything can do reverse proxy
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Hi Akhater,

Thank you very much,


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