Recommendations on how to publish Exchange OWA and RPC/HTTPS via ISA 2004?

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Any recommendations or how to's on publishing Exchange 2007 OWA and RPC over HTTPs via ISA 2004 would be appreciated.

I have configured the rule for ISA to do the FBA and Exchange 2007 set as basic auth, problem is now users are presented with ISA's 2003 OWA FBA page (but we paid for Exchange 2007 ..... dilema! )

I then turned off FBA on the ISA and set no authentication.... and configured the Exchange 2007 server to do the FBA. Now I get a 2007 OWA page (wonderful!!)....but when I logon i get:

Error Code 64: Host not available
Background: The connection to the Web server was lost.

Not Good!!

Any help please!
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