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SharePoint Tutorial - SharePoint Logical Architecture

Posted By: Rahul     Posted Date: October 26, 2009    Points: 2   Category :SharePoint
The SharePoint logical architecure consists of nested and isolated levels. These levels provide benefits for security, navigation, search, branding and ect. depending on the level

SharePoint Farm
The base level for any SharePoint implementation is the SharePoint farm. Physically a farm can consist of one server or many servers. An organization may implement one or more farms. This usually depends on security and performance needs.

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I'm looking to create an Internet-facing SharePoint site (for fun and learning).  I was going to use ISA 2006 until I learned that I could only do so on a 32-bit system.  I'm looking into ForeFront TMG however I have very little ISA experience and no TMG experience and I cannot find any good tutorials.  Please lead me in the right direction.
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I read an article in documentation:

When for example u want to use service applications you need to connect your service
applications to the WFE’s. This is done using a proxy (don’t think WCF/ASMX proxy… think of it
in the more generic term for now (as compared to 2007)).

I donnt exactly undestand this - so what is this proxy and what is communication Protocol between WFE and the application server?

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Install and initial configuration are understandable but what comes after that is not. I am having trouble understanding the "big picture" and how all the parts (applications, site collections, ssp etc. etc.) work together.

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