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Extranet/Internet Isolation

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

We have a requirement where we want to use MOSS platform to enable collaboration over intranet/extranet(corp users) and internet (FBA users). But our corp security team has objected to same infra being exposed to both extranet and internet domains. They are asking for physical isolation between these domains.

They feel FBA auth is not rigorous enough and might be compromized. And having both domain supported from same infra might compromize corp network as well.

One obvious option is to have 2 separate MOSS farms for each domain, and sync data between them. Are there any other solutions for this?

Request MOSS architects and experts to provide some pointers on these.




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