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Sharepoint 2010 Proxy server - Use ISA 2006 or Forefront TMG 2010 for Proxy server

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Hi, I am installing SharePoint 2010 for a client shortly and he has asked whether he should use ISA Server 2006 or Forefront TMG 2010 for the proxy server as he has both running on site. His requirements are not complex and I am initially just setting up and configuring a basic installation but his requirments might change in the future(I suppose he could just change which proxy he uses if necessary). All users (350 users) will be on the domain when accessing SharePoint but this might change in the future. My question is - are there any advantages to using one of the above servers as the proxy for SharePoint over the other? Thanks.     

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