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Secure logon

My Exchange organisation contain two back-end

server and four front-end server. All servers

run Exchange 2003. A new written security

policies require encryption for all internet

connections to the front-end servers. You try

modify the configuration of each font-end

server,but the SSL encrypton option is

unavailable on each one

I need to ensure that users can use SSL to

secure Internet-based e-mail connections?

A.Obtain and install a server encrytion

certificate on each font-end server

B.Obtain and install  a server encrytion

certificate on each back-end server

C. Install and configure the Key Management

Service on a new front-end server

D.Install and configure Microsoft Certificate

Services on each back-end server

A. Since logon is from front end
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e_aravindCommented:
In E2k3,
IMO, OWA and Outlook-Anywhere clients will connect from remote locations...which are already having an SSL certificate and ssl negotiations.

What are the other data-paths which you are planning\concentrating ON?
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kunalclkAuthor Commented:
hello e_aravind, I need to do configure IP phone using OMA. Please tell what is key management service? Should I go for the a.?
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e_aravindCommented:
IMO,
KMS -- Key Management Service is an Older version of the "Certificate Services" in W2k3 servers

Reference:
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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc751024.aspx#EGAA

Chapter 9 - Ensuring Messaging Security

Introduction to PKI and KMS

In versions of Exchange prior to Exchange 5.5 Service Pack 1, the Key Management Server (KMS) acted as its own Certification Authority (CA). This meant that it was a self-contained, independent unit within Exchange capable of issuing security certificates.


Plan:
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with KMS or CA...we will end-up in getting an cert. for the SSL

What is the response of the https://localhost/OMA...this should give you the browser based low-level client to your mailbox
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e_aravindCommented:
Configuring Outlook Mobile Access
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998981(EXCHG.65).aspx

To access Exchange 2003 using Outlook Mobile Access, users must have a mobile device from a mobile operator who has an established data network for mobile data. However, before your users connect to Exchange 2003 and use Outlook Mobile Access, they need to know how to access their Exchange server and use Outlook Mobile Access. You must therefore instruct them about how to configure their devices to use a mobile network, or provide them with resources that explain how to do so.



How to Access Exchange Data Using Outlook Mobile Access
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998390(EXCHG.65).aspx
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kunalclkAuthor Commented:
thnx
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