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OWA Front-End with subdomains

Posted on 2010-11-15
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Hi,

I just setup new OWA servers using Exchange 2003 FE NLB

When a user hits the owa site (using https only) it prompts for username and password.
We have 3 domains.  1 is the forest, which users can login without having to put the domain (lastname first name initial). When a user needs to access a mailbox o a subdomain, they have to put domain (UPN). I have set the default domain to the forest which all accounts have it in theri account login.
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by:Mikekhod
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To add to this, i need to forward /exchange to /mail
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Please disregard my last note.

To clearify, im not using Forum authenication (login page)
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e_aravind earned 500 total points
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On the IIS6.0 v.directories for the Basic Authentication, try configuring the "\" (without quotes)
and then try accessing the same

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by:Mikekhod
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It was the solution but was not specified to do that in 3 different locations
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