Configuring deployment settings
Updated: February 1, 2011
Applies To: Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG)
You can configure your deployment settings, using the Deployment Wizard.
Configuring your deployment settings
To configure your deployment settings
In the Getting Started Wizard, click Define deployment options.
On the Microsoft Update Setup page of the Deployment wizard, click Use the Microsoft Update service to check for updates (recommended) to specify that the Microsoft Update service should be used to obtain malware definition updates.
If this computer is configured to receive updates from Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), it is not affected by the settings on this page. If you stop using WSUS for this computer, the settings on this page are then applied.
On the Forefront TMG Protection Features Settings page of the wizard, do the following:
For Network Inspection System, select to activate the complementary license and enable Network Inspection System (NIS).
For Web Protection, select the license activation type for Web protection. If you selected Activate purchased license and enable Web Protection, enter the license key and expiration date of the purchased license.
If you want to scan requested HTTP content allowed by access rules for malware, such as viruses and spyware, select Enable Malware Inspection.
If you want to validate the requested URL, and restrict access to certain categories of sites (customizable), select Enable URL Filtering.
On the NIS Signature Update Settings page of the wizard, for Select automatic update action, select the type of action to deploy when there are new or updated signature sets.
For New Signature Set Configuration, select the response policy option for new signatures.
On the Customer Feedback page of the wizard, if you want to participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program, click Yes, I am willing to participate anonymously to join the Customer Experience Improvement Program. This program helps Microsoft to improve the quality and reliability of Forefront TMG. If you join the program, Microsoft collects anonymous information about hardware configuration, use of software and services, and trend patterns. No personally identifiable information is collected.
For more information about customer feedback mechanisms, see Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.
On the Microsoft Telemetry Reporting Service page, do one of the following:
Click the Basic button to send basic information regarding filtered URLs, URL category overrides, potential threats and the response taken to Microsoft.
Click the Advanced button to provide information about potential threats including traffic samples and full URL strings to Microsoft.
Click the None button to not participate in the service.