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Authentication Setttings Big Problem - 3.Feb.2013 8:58:55 AM   
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Hi!

It seems nobody is using exchange 2013 at the moment. We are having problem with Exchange 2013 Outlook Anywhere Authentication settings. As per Microsoft we should use NTLM authentication to be able to save passwords in outlook if we connect from outside but it never works. Now when we changed the authentication to basic in ecp internal users are unable to connect and outlook keeps asking for passwords but never connects.

May we know what is the proper way to be able to save passwords in outlook and where should be change the settings. Should we change the settings in Exchange ECP as well as IIS?

Thanks.
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RE: Authentication Setttings Big Problem - 7.Nov.2013 2:08:56 PM   
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i belive that if the auth method of ECP is changed it must also be changed for OWA/

I know this because i am trying to use TMG for OWA & have to use basic auth & not form based auth.

I had to chnage both ECP & OWA as they complained about the other when i only changed the one

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