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I have a multi site Exchange 2010 deployment with a TMG server in both sites as well as 2 CAS servvers and 4 hub/mailbox servers in each site.  It is going to be an active-active setup and I am currently using Basic and Windows integrated auth for OWA so that I get a single sign on for internal users. I also have cross site redirection set to silent.

Here is my issue,  I would like the external redirection to work as smoothly as the internal and I don't think I can do that without Forms based auth.  How do I keep the internal experience the same and implement FBA for the external users?

Thanks in advance.
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We also have activesync in the environment.
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Hello,

When you setup the Exchange publishing rules in TMG, you can choose FBA. The TMG server actually does the FBA authentication so you can still use Basic/NTLM inside your network. Here is a whitepaper that describes how to use TMG to publish your Exchange server - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=8946

-JJ
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Thanks!  I just wasn't clear on if I could leave the CAS servers seto to windows integrated and basic.  

Thanks again!
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