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Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Integrated Windows Authentication

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Hi Expert Team,

I have exchange server 2010 SP1 running on Windows Server 2008 R2. my current setting with CAS of OWA. I'm using Basic Authentication (Password is sent in clear text). I have client using Mac Mail, Safari, Firefox and so on. all clients connection well.

Regarding to change reqirement to integrate with other third-party, I want to change the setting from Basic Authentication to Integrated Windows Authentication.

Does any impact to my client using Mac mail and Safari (WebDev)?

Noted: All clients are no join with domain


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Integrated windows authentication is for Microsoft client and I think it will not be support support by MAC clients
you can give try by typing user name as domain name/username but chances are less to work.

to support mac you should have to enable basic authentication.
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Integrated authentication will not support any client not joined to the domain and, just for your info, basic authentication is sending the password in clear text however the whole session is encrypted using 2048 bits encryptions (SSL - HTTPS) so this is not a concern

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akicute555 and Akhater,

Thanks so much for your kindly support.

BR,
Khemarin Set

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