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Autodiscover Default Domain

How do you set the default domain name used by the logon prompt during Exchange/Outlook Anywhere Autodiscovery? At present, I have to enter DOMAIN\user and the password in order to connect. For ease-of-use by my client's less-than-experienced users when it comes to IT, I'd like to make this simply 'user' and the password.

The Exchange 2007 server is running in Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition with all appropriate SSL certificates installed and URLs updated in Exchange. I'm guessing it's a change required in IIS, but I'd appreciate guidance as to exactly where to make this change. Thanks.
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That is unfortunately impossible unless you find a hack or unsupported method. You MUST put domain\username with Outlook Anywhere.

In IIS 6 you could do this (but it hardly worked), in IIS 7 it just won't work...

tigermattAuthor Commented:
Well that pretty much answers that then :-). I've not played much with Autodiscover which is why I have these elementary questions to ask!

Thanks, the points are yours.
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