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Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a rule?

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Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a rule? - 16.Jun.2006 4:29:27 PM   
Andy_UK

 

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Hi All,
On my ISA I ideally wanted to specify exchange access to only access groups.  When you publish the server it is available to all VPN users.

I tried to clone the Publishing rule to a standard firewall rule set to allow access to certain groups but this did not work.

Can anyone explain why??

Many Thanks

Andy
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RE: Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a r... - 17.Jun.2006 3:13:40 PM   
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Hi Andy,

Web listeners have a lot of security features you don't have available with Access Rules, so that's why it's preferred to use Web Publishing Rules instead of Access Rules for Web Publishing.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a r... - 17.Jun.2006 11:38:13 PM   
Andy_UK

 

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Hi Tom,
Thanks for your reply.  I am talking about exchange server publishing (full client connectivity, not OWA) does your comment apply to this also? Is there a way of setting up an access rule to exchange rather than using a publishing rule if required??

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Andy

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RE: Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a r... - 19.Jun.2006 9:05:02 PM   
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Hi Andy,

I'm not sure what you're referring to here? Secure Exchange RPC Publishing or RPC/HTTP?

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: Why does Exchange have to be published, why not a r... - 20.Jun.2006 10:59:06 AM   
Andy_UK

 

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Hi Tom,

I guess it would be RPC as I am not talking about OWA.
I want a client at home to be able to access exchange using their Outlook client.


Thanks
Andy

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