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How can I get external clients to connect to Exchange 2013 using NTLM. Currently we are using Basic Authentication and users are prompted for a password every time they open Outlook. I cant figure out what needs to be changed but I need it fixed.

When uses return to the office the authentication settings change and when they go home they cant connect without changing to basic authentication. |

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I'm not sure I follow. We have a single server and a single domain.
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