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RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 8.Jul.2007 4:35:24 AM   
itziks55

 

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 I am trying to publish rpc over https with NTLM with many combinations in the listener and in the rule With no success; the rpc directory in front end server is configure basic and integration
My ISA server is member of the domain in perimeter network,
I succeed to publish owa in different listener with Kerberos constrained delegation
I succeed to publish rpc over http with FBA Listener working basic authentication
My exchange environment is sp2
I create a listener with http authentication and rule configure with no delegate but client authenticate directly

i Configure the client laptop member of domain kb 820281
ntlm not working
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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 8.Jul.2007 6:39:39 PM   
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Your problems are shared by a lot of us.  I am working on this very problem for myself.  I will post if I figure out a solution.  I can get the basic working, but not NTLM.  There are several similar posts to this one.  Make sure you check those out.

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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 15.Nov.2007 11:53:47 AM   
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Some things to bear in mind:
1. you cannot combine FBA with any selected HTTP-based auth method
2. you cannot use FBA and expect it to drop back to NTLM; only Basic and other FBA forms are supported

Thus, if you absolutely *must* use NTLM for OA, you have to create a separate listener.

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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 16.Nov.2007 3:12:35 AM   
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It does work well, the use of two listeners and a good understadning of Exchange autoconfigfuration are the key to getting it working, but it is completely possible...

I think Tom has an article planned....

Cheers

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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 29.Nov.2007 3:59:51 PM   
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"it is completely possible..."

Why can't anyone provide the details for NTLM if that is true...

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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 29.Nov.2007 6:37:06 PM   
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Not the most polite response, and up to you if you don't beleive me it works. Not sure there is any advantage in me saying it is possile when it isn't - it would make me a pretty poor moderator and forum contributor

In fact, I have provided a lot of detail about how this is possible which can be found in my posts here: http://forums.isaserver.org/m_2002049335/mpage_3/key_/tm.htm#2002056522

All of the information is available, it is just a matter of bringing it all together and posts by Jim and Tom (and myself) identify a lot of the key concepts.

Happy to answer questions once you have read the above posts...

Cheers

JJ



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RE: RPC Over HTTPS with NTLM - 6.Dec.2007 5:26:30 AM   
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hi jason,
would you an tom get a detailed article on how we could do this.
it's like a month i'm trying but too many documents every where .
please do it.

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