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Publish Exchange with Azure App Proxy?

Trying to get exposure to azure app proxy by publishing ECP (Exchange Control Panel) via app proxy. Publishing OWA (Outlook Web App) is easy, and just a matter of using the /owa virtual directory in the url. The difficulty with the ECP is that it uses a separate virtual directory, but authenticates using the /owa/auth/logon.aspx page.
The closest I've come is to set up an OWA and ECP "application", with an internal URL of https://ex2016.contoso.internal/owa and https://ex2016.contoso.internal/ecp respectively. Likewise, external URL's are https://owa-contoso.msappproxy.net/owa/ and https://ecp-contoso.msappproxy.net/ecp/
When I do this, going to the ecp url routes me to the owa auth page (as expected), however once I authenticate it loops back to the owa auth page again.
Any ideas? I've tried setting the 2 apps with just the root url and then sneaking in the homepage via this method (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/applicationproxyblog/2016/04/06/setting-the-right-link-for-application-proxy-applications-in-the-azure-ad-access-panel-and-office-365-app-launcher/) but all that does is try to redirect me to the actual hostname of the server.
Thoughts? Experience with this? TIA!
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