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Publishing Exchange 2010 Question - 23.Feb.2011 1:47:37 PM   
SeanRinVA

 

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Hello All,

Ill admit it Im having trouble fully understanding how to get this set up for outside access via Autodiscover/VPN/EAS. I mean, I understand whats necessary, just not how to configure all the pieces for our configuration. The articles I've read seem to want ISA to be directly connected to the internet, and don't address our configuration - but I definitely could have missed something. This is all in preparation for moving mailboxes from our Exchange 2003 server to Exchange 2010.

Current Configuration:
WAN connection to Router (single outside IP, but can put multiple on interface)

Router to ISA 2006 Server (single inside IP on router (again, can either connect additional inside interface or add a secondary IP to existing inside interface), standard dual-homed configuration on ISA server - 192.168.1.x (to router) & 10.0.0.x (to internal network))

ISA server does not use FBA simple pass-through on HTTPS to Exchange 2003 server where the logon dialog pops up (the old, ugly way of logging on)
Inside the firewall, one other website is hosted on port 80 only, but ISA Server rule for publishing it uses the same listener as Exchange publishing rule.
The listener uses a wildcard certificate from Comodo that is cross-mapped to the SSL cert from our DC on the Exchange server, so it comes up as trusted.

Exchange 2003 server does not use FBA (see above).
Exchange OWA website requires NTLM authentication, hence the pop-up for credentials.
EAS works flawlessly.

I know that I need to set up FBA on the 2003 server 1st (actually on the ISA server, I know). When I tried to set it up months ago, I ran into the problem of it breaking EAS.

Question - would this method work in our situation? http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/2004pubowamobile.html

Of course, any further info you need, Ill send out

Your guidance would be greatly appreciated!

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RE: Publishing Exchange 2010 Question - 27.Apr.2011 10:58:05 AM   
SeanRinVA

 

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As my post moved to page 2 w/o a reply, I'm bumping it up.  Hope someone can help with this quandary.

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