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No domain name for OWA in Excange 2010

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Hello,
We just installed exchange 2010. Is there any way for our users to log into OWA without having to enter domain\username. We just want to enter the domain name. Also, we only have one domain in our AD. Thanks,
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Yes you can do that from Exchange Management Console.
Please launch Exchange Management Console.
Expand Server Configuration> Click on Client Access Server Role> Then on the middle pane you would see on the second half the OWA (Default Web Site), right click and go to properties> there you will find the authentication option and select the Authentication you want.
There you can select user name only option.

PLease check that out and revert back if you have any issues.
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Create 2 REG_SZ keys

altdefaultdomainname
defaultdomainname

with your domain name in HKLM\software\microsoft\windows nt\currentversion\winlogon

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