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Cannot change integrated windows authentication in exchange owa

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I want to migrate a sbs2003 server to a new hardware with sbs2008. For this reason I had to prepare the old sbs2003 for the migration. The sbs best practices analyser tool shows me a problem with oma, exactly >Exchange-oma method of authentication is not default. By default only integrated windows and basic authentication methods are enabled<. I tried to enable integrated windows authentication in Server-Protocols-HTTP-virtual exchange server-oma-properties-authentication but the check is inactive. It will be influenced by other config parameters but I have no idea which one is it. Please can you help me asap.
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Heinz
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Doing a bit of reading about this, seems that integrated auth should be greyed out;
http://telnetport25.wordpress.com/2007/07/25/configuring-exchange-2003-sp2-direct-push-using-a-front-end-server-connecting-to-back-end-exchange-2003-clusters-part-2/

what exactly is the BPA telling you needs changing?
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