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Can I use Basic Authentication in a Rule using Https - 443, Forefront 2010 ?

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Hello I vant to publish my sharepoint, in the past I used the 444 port and I used basic authentication in the TMG rule.

Now I want to use 443 port but when I try to set the authentication delegation I can't use basic authentication.

Before, I used the users tab in the rule, to select the users who could access to sharepoint from Home.

Any idea?

Thanks.
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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It depends on the authentication method that used on web listener...
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by:limmontreefree
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Hello Sullimanw,

The same sharepoint when I use SSL port 444 I can use Basic Authentication but when I try to use SSL port 443 and then I can't use basic authentication.

It's like the prt 443 don't accept basic authentication.

The sharepoint is the same in both cases.

Thanks
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I mean, open the web listener properties (from publish rule properties), then go to authentication tab, select http authentication... now basic authentication should be available on users tab on publshing rule.
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Thanks, works fine
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