I have configured exchange, but cannot get outlook anywhere to work due to the certificate. Can anyone be of any assistance?
How do I fix this? By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. These offline requests would still require properly authentication and authorization before the certificates are issued. Hi everybody I have a my exchange server 2010 with Active directory and DNS it is working fine locally, I want it to be online what thigs are necessary. That document has recently been updated by the way, and the newest version is available here White Paper - Publishing Exchange Server 2010 with Forefront.
Click on More Settings , and then select the Connection tab of the settings dialog box that appears. You need to make sure that any applications using the public IP are swapped for the internal IPs. You may need to choose Basic Authentication if the connecting computers are not members of the domain, if the ISA Server publishing rule and listener are shared with other Exchange services that require Basic Authentication, or if the firewall being used does not support NTLM authentication.
Edited by JohnyAhmed Thursday, October 15, 2015 9: Thank you, AlyceO.
I am not getting where to start to digging into the issue. Clients establish a secure connection to the server with no user or application interaction or visibility.
Have to say all of your Exc step by step procedures are awesome. I hope you find it helpful. Martin Sieber says: December 8, 2010 at 8: Hello Paul, Thanks for your tutorial, it makes life easier, Exchange server and OWA had been working fine till yesterday when adding firewall.