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Exch 2007 and ISA 2006(DMZ) with WM6

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Exch 2007 and ISA 2006(DMZ) with WM6 - 28.Feb.2008 9:45:31 AM   
Greg59

 

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Hello all,

i tryed this tuto Publishing Exchange Client Access with ISA 2006 - The Complete Solution (Part 1) just for ActiveSync, no OWA

I created a private CA with:
- the public name: svrexchange.mydomain.com
- CA name : svrexchange.mydomain.com
I installed the CA on Exchange server and ISA server, and i exported the CA Certificat X.509 for WM6 from Microsoft-Server-ActivSync (virtual directory)


When i try to synchronise the WM6 , i get this message "85010016" According to this website: http://www.pocketpcfaq.com/faqs/activesync/exchange_errors.php
The device is using a proxy server to connect to the Exchange Server. The proxy server connection timed out. resolv: Use a different proxy
 
which proxy? because, when the WM6 is connect with USB, i can access to the web...
When WM6 is on LOCAL, which way does it take ?
WM6 -> Domain Controler -> exchange server -> Web Proxy ?
 or WM6 -> ExchnageServer -> Web proxy?
Which ports is necessary to open on the  proxy?
 
I dont't understand ...

Thx a lot,

Greg
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