HttP respons header will not return Date/timestamp

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi All,

I have an application who gets the time from responsheader...


1. My Applickation do a request (aganist an Exhange 2010 with TMG) to https://autodiscover.xxxxx.eu/EWS
2. My application gets a respons back... (and now the problem starts...)
3. My application tries to find date/timestamp in the header, but dosent find IT
4. My application Cannot login... because of line three (3)

I have tried to logon to others servers with same setup and everything is working... I will get responsheaders
with date/timestamp.

This makes me think they have some filters, that are cleaning the header...

Does anyone know if you can set any filter in IIS/TMG/Exchange to block this???
Question by:Saab_Bcss
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Dave Baldwin earned 2000 total points
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You can use Fiddler2 or Wireshark to look at the actual headers returned and see what is different.  http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler2/version.asp  http://www.wireshark.org/
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how about the OWA and ecp queries?
Are they failing too?

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All falls, but I did find out whats wrong... it becouse they has a rule who says they have be authenicated before they give all info in the header...
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DaveBaldwin's answer is the accepted solution.  Please cancel the delete request so that I can mark it as so.  Person that asked the question no longers works here, hence it was left open.

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