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Wierd OWA Authenitcation - 29.Aug.2003 3:19:00 AM   
spiget

 

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I recently installed an Excahnge 2K box at a clients and a few external users were having difficulties logging in (They couldn't).

So I tried logging in as them from my office, user@domain.com
password

Worked fine. So then I go to the clients computer and it doesn't work.

So I tried the following
domain.com\user
password

Worked fine. Why is that?

Thanks in Advance!
Aaron
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RE: Wierd OWA Authenitcation - 29.Aug.2003 1:18:00 PM   
marc2003

 

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try this. goto the properties of the exchange virtual directory in iis manager. then goto the directory security tab. then click the edit button (the first one). then under the basic authentication option there is another edit button. click this and then specify your domain. don't know whether or not you have to restart iis for it to work!

haven't actually tried it myself but i seem to remember reading it in a previous post. in theory users should then only have to specify their username.

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RE: Wierd OWA Authenitcation - 29.Aug.2003 5:28:00 PM   
spiget

 

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I tried that. It didn't work. Its really starting to bug me now. I can't narrow it down to an operating system or a version of a browser (Which I thought it would come down to).

Any other ideas?

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RE: Wierd OWA Authenitcation - 5.Sep.2003 3:23:00 AM   
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Hi Aaron,

Its most likely a browser related issue. Force basic authentication on the OWA directories and allow only SSL access.

HTH,
Tom

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