I have Office Communications Server 2007 set up. I have the internal side working perfectly. I also have another server set up with Access Edge and Web Conferencing Edge. I can use the OCS client from the outside perfectly with automatic sign in. The only problem i cannot figure out is why live meeting will not work. I have checked and double checked all of my configuration and my certificates set up.
When I test live meeting I can see that it connects to the server but it never initiates the meeting. I have ran logging and I get the following error over and over again
SIP/2.0 401 Unauthorized
I also ran a packet sniffer on both ends and after extensive research I have come to believe that it may be IIS permissions on the internal OCS 2007 server that is causing the issue. It was a week ago when I ran upon this so I dont remember what exactly pointed me that way.
The reason I believe there might be an issue is when I first set up OCS 2007 I had an issue with downloading the address book. I found that the install does not setup the permissions properly for the address book. I think I changed the Authentication and Access Control Permissions on another part of the IIS tree that I should not have. I believe that if I find what is wrong there I may be able to resolve the problem. I usually make an IIS backup every time I make a change but in haste I failed to do so when I made this change.
So what I am asking is for anyone who has a successful OCS 2007 with Edge and has live meeting working for external users. Take a look at your IIS settings in (esp the webconf folder) and see if there is anything different with Authentication and Access control on some of your subfolers and such.
Currently the entire Default websit have these checked on mine
Enable anonymous access
Integrated Windows Authentication
Any help would be appreciated. I am almost sure the problem resides in IIS so if I have missed anything any suggestions would be appreciated too