Memory Considerations when Virtualizing TMG Firewalls using Hyper-V

Did you know that you can virtualize your TMG firewalls using Hyper-V? If not, you should! I have virtualized just about all of mine for years and I can tell you that it works great! It’s easy to do and the firewalls never die, especially if you run them on Windows Server 2012 R2. But there are a few tricks you need to understand, and one of those relates to memory requirements. In this article you’ll learn about those.




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