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Outlook Anywhere Login - 7.Jan.2011 9:40:47 AM   
greddenou812

 

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Hi everyone,
Our company has recently migratd from Exchange 2007 to 2010.
when users login to Outlook Anywhere they are prompted for credentials which is fine. They must provide domain\username and password. Is there a setting that can be modified to eliminate the domain from the username and just login with username and password The authentication is set to basic for Outlook Anywhere and we are using an ISA Server.

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Gary
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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 7.Jan.2011 9:57:19 AM   
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Nope sorry! Domain\Username is required for Windows pop-up dialog boxes. You can modify this only for OWA.

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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 7.Jan.2011 10:11:53 AM   
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Thanks for the reply. If we were to use NTLM Authentication would that omit the domain portion? or this this based on Outlook anywhere in General?

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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 7.Jan.2011 1:04:52 PM   
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Anytime you use basic encryption, you will always have to authenticate as the remote source is always considered untrusted.

If you switch Outlook anywhere to use NTLM then you can cache the credentials..during authentication, the OS will pass off whatever credentials are in the credential manager.

You can also use the user principal name for authentication instead of doing DOMAIN\username, you can do username@domain.com

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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 7.Jan.2011 3:41:01 PM   
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If I were to add the domain name to the "default domain" setting under the Basic Authentication,RPC,Virtual Directory. Would this auto populate the authentication for the users when they sign into Outlook Anywhere? or is there a way to autopopulate the domain name for the users when they sign in.

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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 10.Jan.2011 9:20:30 AM   
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I think you are not really reading what we have mentioned or you are still trying to find a "workaround" to this! You can try all these different things to try and get it ti work the way you want it but at the end of the day I have seen people try what you mentioned, it may work for a few days and then goes back to normal where you have to enter the "domain name\user name"! This is the way it has been designed to work so why try to change something that is not broken?!

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RE: Outlook Anywhere Login - 12.Jan.2011 12:11:35 PM   
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From my perspective I was ok with user just entering domain\username however there were some managers that wanted it changed as it was causing confusion for some users when logging in. I was thinking if there was an easy adjustment that could be made to accomodate them then i would entertain it but it looks like that setting is by design and should be left alone. I'll just pass on the information and tell them the'll just have to educate the users.
Thanks for the Help.

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