In follow-up to my post on Monitoring Access Policy Manager this post will walk you through how to assign the monitor to a GTM pool and simulate a down status to ensure GTM is configured correctly. If you do not know how to import the external monitor into GTM please reference SOL13423. Someone asked what […]
Originally posted on psilva's prophecies:
You often hear people say, ‘oh, this is a living document,’ to indicate that the information is continually updated or edited to reflect changes that may occur during the life of the document. Your infrastructure is also living and dynamic. You make changes, updates or upgrades to address the…
If you’re using SharePoint behind F5’s Access Policy Manager and you’re having problems opening files you need to check out Microsoft’s Knowledge Base Article 2936341. This is a bug that’s been around in Windows for awhile (I was troubleshooting this almost a year ago) and has recently been fixed. The WebClient was not always sending […]
I posted a new series on DevCentral regarding ways F5’s Access Policy Manager can facility authenticating users from multiple domain sources. This post is part 1 of 4 and the series will cover some cool topics like home realm discovery and automatic domain detection.
I have a customer who recently needed to monitor the APM logon page but noticed the default HTTP monitor was eating up APM access sessions. To address this issue we need the HTTP monitor to retain the MRHSession cookie as it follows the redirect from / to /my.policy. After the monitor determines the health of […]