OWA / ACCESS OWA / Simply OWA Question

Hey people, I have a query, I have an exchange 2007.

The situation is as follows

I am logged on with a user's domain and when I come to the internal OWA to ask me back Username and Password

In 2003 agreed to exchange owa with the user who was currently logged on

Thank you!
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jar3817Commented:
I think you need to setup "integrated authentication":

open exchange management console:
- server config -> client access -> outlook web access (tab) -> right-click and properties on your owa site
- authentication tab -> "use one or more standard auth modes" -> "integrated windows auth"

I'm pretty sure this will disable forms-based-authentication though, so you users not logged in to the domain will not get the pretty owa sign-in page, they'll get prompted from the browser.

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