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Can I configure the port 443 in diferent ways for each rules in TMG 2010?

Hello I want to use the port 443 in diferent way in same rules.

In some rule I want to authenticate with html form for validate user to access to sharepoint for example. But in other rules like Outlook Anywhere and ActiveSync I need use the 443 port without authentication.


The problem is that I want to restrict the access to the sharepoint  from outside and actually I do it using another port i.e. 444  authenticating users in teh TMG with html form.

I'm trying to simplify the url removing the port.

actually          https://intranet.myweb.com:444
I  want           http://intranet.myweb.com

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limmontreefree
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Bruno PACIIT ConsultantCommented:
Hi,

I'm not sure about Sharepoint publishing  but as it works for OWA publishing it should work also.

You can publish OWA with form-based authentication, ActiveSync and OutlookAnywhere with standard authentication, using the same listening port configured for Form-based authentication.
In fact, TMG is able to identify the type of Web client and use the correct authentication method.
For web browsers (IE, Chrome, etc...) the listening port will use the type of authentication that is configured on the listening port, let's say Form-Based.
For other type of clients (mobile phone ActiveSync client, OutlookAnywhere) the TMG listening port will use basic authentication even if the listening port is configured for Form-Based.

But, in all cases it must be authenticated.
So what you ask for (form-based authentication for sharepoint and NO authentication for others) is not possible with only ONE ip address and ONE ip port.

Have a good day.
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