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12. Configuring URLs and Authentication for OWA

When you install a Client Access server, the server is configured with a Default Web Site and the virtual directories discussed previously. Through the OWA virtual directory, you can set the base URL for these directories so that different URLs are used for internal access and external access. You can also configure different authentication mechanisms for each directory.

You can configure OWA virtual directory URLs and authentication by completing the following steps:

  1. In the Exchange Management Console, expand the Server Configuration node, and then select the Client Access node.

  2. In the upper portion of the details pane, you'll see a list of your organization's Client Access servers. Select the server with which you want to work.

  3. In the lower portion of the details pane, on the Outlook Web App tab, you'll see an entry for the OWA virtual directory used by Exchange Server.

  4. Right-click the OWA virtual directory and then select Properties. This opens the Properties dialog box. Two of its tabs are shown in Figure 6.

  5. On the General tab, the current internal and external URLs are listed. If you want to change the current settings, enter the internal and external URLs you want to use in the text boxes provided.

    Configure OWA.

    Figure 6. Configure OWA.

  6. On the Authentication tab, forms-based authentication is configured by default with the logon format set to Domain\User Name. Change this configuration only if you have specific requirements that necessitate a change.

  7. Click OK to save your settings.

13. Configuring URLs and Authentication for Exchange ActiveSync

When you install a Client Access server, the server is configured with a Default Web Site that has a virtual directory for Exchange ActiveSync. The URL for this directory can be set so that different URLs are used for internal access and external access and so that different authentication mechanisms can be used.

You can configure the Exchange ActiveSync URLs and authentication by completing the following steps:

  1. In the Exchange Management Console, expand the Server Configuration node, and then select the Client Access node.

  2. In the upper portion of the details pane, you'll see a list of your organization's Client Access servers. Select the server with which you want to work.

  3. In the lower portion of the details pane, on the Exchange ActiveSync tab, you'll see an entry for each virtual directory used by Exchange Server for ActiveSync.

  4. Right-click the virtual directory you want to configure and then select Properties. This opens the Properties dialog box. Two of its tabs are shown in Figure 7.

  5. On the General tab, the current internal and external URLs are listed. If you want to change the current settings, enter the internal and external URLs you want to use in the text boxes provided.

    Configure Exchange ActiveSync.

    Figure 7. Configure Exchange ActiveSync.

  6. On the Authentication tab, by default, basic authentication is enabled and client certificates are ignored. If your organization uses client certificates, you can clear the Basic Authentication check box and then select either Accept Client Certificates or Require Client Certificates as appropriate.

  7. Click OK to save your settings.

14. Configuring URLs and Authentication for ECP

When you install a Client Access server, the server is configured with a Default Web Site and the virtual directories discussed previously. Through the ECP virtual directory, you can set the base URL for these directories so that different URLs are used for internal access and external access. You can also configure different authentication mechanisms for each directory.

You can configure ECP virtual directory URLs and authentication by completing the following steps:

  1. In the Exchange Management Console, expand the Server Configuration node, and then select the Client Access node.

  2. In the upper portion of the details pane, you'll see a list of your organization's Client Access servers. Select the server with which you want to work.

  3. In the lower portion of the details pane, on the Exchange Control Panel tab, you'll see an entry for the ECP virtual directory used by Exchange Server. The current internal and external URLs are listed. If you want to change the current settings, enter the internal and external URLs you want to use in the text boxes provided.

  4. Right-click the ECP virtual directory and then select Properties. This opens the Properties dialog box. Two of its tabs are shown in Figure 8.

Configure ECP.

Figure 8. Configure ECP.

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