In computer security, a DMZ or Demilitarized Zone (sometimes referred to as a perimeter network) is a physical or logical subnetwork that contains and exposes an organization's external-facing services to a larger and untrusted network, usually the Internet.

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Sharepoint server 2010 in DMZ

I have scenario where I have two sharepoint servers (SP Foundation 2010), one sits inside the internal network and second one sits in a DMZ. Now, I have a task at hand to share a list's data between ...
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Sharepoint 2010 web front end servers and services configuration

I have a sharepoint insfrastructure where a document library is made available both locally and on the internet. I have a few web front end servers facing the public (in the DMZ) while having another ...
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How to deploy a split back-to-back topology?

We want to install SharePoint Foundation 2010 to our customer. They have 3 WFEs on DMZ and 1 SQL on intranet. They have AD on intranet. How do you do this?
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intranet/extranet topology with search?

I have a project which have the following requirements : two functional areas : intranet and extranet two type of users : corporate users and partners (via claims authentication, AD for corporate ...
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Installing WSS multi-server web farm in DMZ with no AD

We want to setup a WSS (not MOSS) web farm in a DMZ without Active Directory. We're envisioning two WFEs and a separate SQL server for the databases. We've already got the first WFE and SQL Server ...
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Installing MOSS in DMZ with no AD

We want to install 2 WFEs in a DMZ with no AD in a workgroup environment. These WFEs will only host deployed content for anonymous users. The Index/Central Admin server will be on the internal LAN ...