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I have never seen TMG 2010 until earlier this week.  I want to use the TMG to provide two form
authentication usinig RSA.  I installed TMG on a test machine configured with 2 NICs.  I found an
installation guide detailing how to do this by creating a web publishing rule.  

After configuring the TMG and OWA per the guide I cannot get the two form authentication
screen for OWA.  The web page times out.  When I run the traffic simulator on TMG using an IP
that is external the result is Access Denied.  When I look at the diagnostic there is a message that
says the web publishing rule is being skipped.  Is this a normal message for the traffic
simulator and I am wasting my time trying to fix it, or is there something in the TMG setup that I
need to do.  The guide I am using is titled 'Publishing Exchange OWA with Microsoft TMG..'
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Where are you accessing the website from? The tmg machine or a remote client?

Try monitoring the session from the tmg console logs andreports -> logging tab

As for traffic simulator i prefer to use the session monitoring as traffic simulator does not tell you about the networking rules problems.
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CAn you first try using Forms authentication with Windows Authentication. MAybe you have some RSA problems.
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I got the TMG rules configured correctly to work with RSA and Exchange 2010.  When I have my 'mail' address pointed to the TMG, OWA with RSA does work correctly.  However I did observe that when I run the Traffic Simulator, I get a Traffic Denied response even though it appears to work with Web Access.
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