No, DirectAccess is not a failure at all. But back to the UAG times, customers were expecting real-time monitoring of users access and resources previously accessed. Since Windows Server 2012 we have this feature (reporting) with enough detail to fill up databases :
So much details that the Remote Access Management service keep in memory. That used to lead to a memory leak until service was restarted. Microsoft issued a patch for Windows Server 2012 : KB2895930 – Remote Access Management leaks memory when a VPN or Direct Access connection is used in Windows Server 2012 to address this issue.
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