The baseline for this deployment is a new Windows Server 2012 R2 installation that is not joined to any Active Directory domain and is connected to two separate IPv4 networks.
These are basic requirements for an Edge Server and must be met in order to move forward with a successful deployment.
The driving force for selecting that topology was primarily that the much-improved official documentation from Microsoft already covered the deployment of an Enterprise Edition Front End server pool.
For those following along with these deployment articles to create a lab environment then a simpler companion article entitled is also available which quickly addresses adding a single Edge Server to this example environment.
I am writing the to include all the necessary information that I think is required to complete this successfully.
Currently Microsoft does not provide any automated way to do that but you can create it yourself really easily.
Here are the commands to update the source files with Power Shell If you update the source files with these 12 updates and you run the command again it will succeed.
This article will help you enable TLS security in Windows Server 2008 R2 or later versions by editing registry.
Use below link to find steps to how to export registry values.