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TMG/Exchange2010: Need help publishing activesync

Hi all,

I'm new to this so please bear with me :)

Bottom line: I can't make my company iPhones connect to my newly installed Exchange 2010 and TMG 2010 (on WinSrv2008R2).

I have 3 servers in my small company:

1. DC (SVDC)
2. Exchange 2010 Std (SVEXCHANGE)
3. Forefront 2010 (SVTMG)

All servers are of course updated with all from windowsupdate.

Since I have no certificate on my exchange server, I disabled SSL on the "default web site" (this worked fine with OWA and I disabled it too on "Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync". I know the risk of not using SSL between TMG and Exchange.

I've used the "Exchange Webclient Access Publishing Rule" to publish the active sync.

When I try to connect from my iPhone, I get the following TMG log:

Failed Connection Attempt SVTMG 15-02-2011 17:24:55
Log type: Web Proxy (Reverse)
Status: 0x80090325  
Rule: MAIL - ActiveSync Clients
Source: External (my_home_ip:40561)
Destination: Local Host (SVEXCHANGE 10.0.0.4:443)
Request: OPTIONS http://activesync.mydomain.dk/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync 
Filter information: Req ID: 0a07c9a9; Compression: client=No, server=No, compress rate=0% decompress rate=0% ; FBA cookie: exists=no, valid=no, updated=yes, logged off=no, client type=unknown, user activity=yes
Protocol: https
User: anonymous
 Additional information
Client agent: Apple-iPhone3C1/803.148
Object source: Internet (Source is the Internet. Object was added to the cache.)
Cache info: 0x8 (Request includes the AUTHORIZATION header.)
Processing time: 1 MIME type:

It seams like it is trying to log on anonymously?

I'm not sure where it goes wrong and how to proceed.

I need your help desperately!

Thanks!

:)
Mojo
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Satya PathakLead Technical ConsultantCommented:
This issue seems to be Forefront 2010 (SVTMG)

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/System_Utilities/Remote_Access/VPN/Q_20970817.html

Also i would suggest you to please check SSL permission.

1) Autodiscover: Basic and Integrated authentication   SSL Optional
2) EWS : Integrated authentication                     SSL Optional
3) Exadmin : Basic and Integrated authentication       NO SSL
4) Exchange : Basic and Integrated authentication      SSL Optional
5) Exchweb : Basic and Integrated authentication       NO SSL
6) Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync: Basic authentication   SSL Optional
7) OAB : Integrated authentication                     SSL Optional
8) OWA : Basic authentication                          SSL Optional
9) Public : Basic and Integrated authentication        SSL Optional
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M_O_J_OAuthor Commented:
Hi SatyaPathak,

Thank you for helping me out here!!

Checking SSL permission ... is that on the IIS on the Exchange server?

Thx!

:)
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M_O_J_OAuthor Commented:
My solution was the same as http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Hardware/iPhone/Q_24933916.html

In Active Directory Users and Computers right click on the user and select properties then under the security tab and advanced make sure the box is checked for inheritable permissions.
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M_O_J_OAuthor Commented:
Found solution (se above)
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