I have a client running SBS 2008 and using Exchange 2007. Everything was fine running outlook anywhere with all external clients for the past 3 months. Something happened which I can't find in any log and all Entourage users just quit working. Then this morning no one can connect using Outlook Anywhere.
Since everyone was broke, I just decided to reconfigure Outlook anywhere from scratch. OWA works fine so everyone still has access to their email.
I get everything all reconfigured and when I try to connect my Outlook 2007 client using autodiscover it finds the settings and then just repeatedly asks for the password over and over again.
Then I tried another machine using Outlook 2003 and it does the same thing.
I have been using https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/
to test my settings. When using the Outlook Exchange Web services connectivity test everything passes.
But when I used the Outlook Anywhere with Autodiscover test it fails with:
Testing Http Authentication Methods for URL https://remote.domain.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll
Http Authentication Test failed
Tell me more about this issue and how to resolve it
Did not find all required authentication methods
Methods Found: NTLM
Methods Required: Basic
But when I use the get-outlookanywhere command it shows basic as the client authentication and IIS authentication. I have also just for kicks add both basic and ntlm to the IIS authentication.
From what I can see the setup is all correct. I know originally I didn't have to do to much to get it work. It was pretty much set out of the box when I turned the feature on.
If anyone can tell me where additional log files might be would be appreciated and/or how to get this working again.
This is the only client I have running Exchange 07 so I don't nearly the amount of experience with it as I do with Exchange 03.