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Posted on 2001-09-14
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Last Modified: 2010-04-11
On my outlook web access,

when I type in mail.mydomain.com  I get a window that asks for username, password, domain.  

then it will open the Outlook Webaccess page, where I have to enter my username

then it will ask for username and password again.

Q:  I know it is possible to skip the first login, but where do a specify the anonymous access and which NT account it uses.  Is this in IIS or Exchange also.

Question by:ptran2000
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kupriaa1 earned 200 total points
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The first popup is in IIS check the virtual directory or Website you have setup.  Remember anonymous access means no logging in, basic means you must select a domain with no encrytion and integrated mean you take the Username and password you logged in with and checks the NTFS permissions on the folder itself for access. I hope this helps

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