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dpmjr -> OWA 2000 Logon/Logoff (8.Jan.2003 7:54:00 PM)

here's my problem....

We are a currently using owa 5.5. i have setup a new Exchange 2000 server and everyting seems to be working with a few exceptions.

When logging into owa2000 from a windows 2000/ie6 computer i get a login windows that prompts me for user name, password and domain. I have setup in esm under protocols to use default domain. although the login screen displays the field it's not required to login to owa. the problem is when a windows xp/ie6 user tries to log in. I only get a user name and password field to enter info in and can't get in. if i log in as domain/username then password or username@domain.com(not my email domain but my internal domain) i can get in. I don't want my users to have to log in this way. any way around this.

thanks

Dante




bwind -> RE: OWA 2000 Logon/Logoff (29.Jan.2003 9:36:00 PM)

I'm having the same trouble! Let me know if you find anything out and I'll do the same!




Guest -> RE: OWA 2000 Logon/Logoff (30.Jan.2003 5:59:00 PM)

you have to enter the name of the exchange server on the proxy configuration of internet explorer along with port 80.




davarisd -> RE: OWA 2000 Logon/Logoff (30.Jan.2003 9:16:00 PM)

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For additional information about how to enable SSL, click the article number
below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:


2. On the active node, create a subfolder named Iisadmpwd in the Exchange public
folder.

3. On the active node, copy the files in the local
computer\Winnt\System32\Inetsrv\Iisadmpwd folder from the local computer to
the folder that you created in step 2. Because Exchange 2000 maps an M drive
by default, the path of the public folder should be
M:\your_domain_DNS_name\Public Folders.

4. On the active node, start the Internet Service Manager (ISM), which loads the
Internet Information Server snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console
(MMC).

5. Click the Exchange Virtual Server, and then create a virtual directory named
Iisadmpwd. Set the subfolder that you created in step 1 as the "Web Site
Content Directory," and enable Read, Run, and Execute permissions on this
folder.

6. Enable SSL on this virtual directory. You can open the Directory Security
page of this virtual directory, and click Edit under Secure Communications.
Then click to select the "Require Secure Channel when accessing this
resource" check box.

7. In Cluster administrator, move the Exchange 2000 group to every passive node,
one by one. This turns every passive node into an active node. Then repeat
steps 1 through 6 on every node when it is active.

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