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Publish SharePoint 2010 with Forefront TMG 2010 (Externally)

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I am trying to publish Sharepoint 2010 Externally with Forefront TMG 2010 (Enterprise). [I have a MOSS 2007 site with ISA 2006 that is working already]

I am trying to publish SP using TMG HTML Forms authentication - I can get to the TMG forms page, but when I enter in my credentials it states "you do not have the permission required to access thie web site. Please contact the web site administrator.

I have SharePoint set up in IIS 7 for Windows Authentication, the SharePoint publishing rule for NTLM and the External Listener for HTML Form Authentication with Windows AD as the validation method.

I believe I have an authentication issue that I cant track down. If I change SP IIS to basic, publishing rule to basic and listner to HTTP Autheticaiton ->basic - everything works as expected.

I just cant seem to publish the site using Forms based authentication. Has anyone got this to work with FBA and what combination did you use?

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by:simonlimon
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Try looking at this:

http://donalconlon.wordpress.com/2009/12/06/home-networking-configuring-forefront-tmg-for-web-and-sharepoint-publishing/

Also, have you created External access mapping on the sharepoint?

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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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You need to add NTLM as the authentication  provider  on IIS.

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by:tmorrison3
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@simonlimon - I ran across that link already and it didnt shed any new light....
@sulimanw - I do have NTLM in the providers in IIS

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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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add it from the available providers drop down list.
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by:tmorrison3
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Sulimanw - Yes, I have added it in from the available providers drop down list. providers
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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does not help ?
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by:tmorrison3
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notauth
Same results - and I already had NTLM in the providers. After I enter my credentials into the FBA, I get the above screenshot - however the TMG monitor shows that I have authenticated and it is not denying anything.
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Suliman Abu Kharroub earned 500 total points
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it is an authorization (permission) problem not authentication
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by:tmorrison3
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I discovered that under System -> Web Filters -> Authentication Delegation Filter was disabled. Enabling this filter allowed the FBA to start working using NTLM.
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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Very useful.
Thank you for sharing and glad you issue is resolved.
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by:tmorrison3
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You help lead me toward the correct spot...
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