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Installing OWA Certificates on Clients

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Installing OWA Certificates on Clients - 27.Dec.2006 5:44:25 PM   
Sunny.C

 

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Hey Guys,

I have about 100 remote sites that will need to use SSL OWA access.
Just wondering what is the best way of installing the certificates on the client pc's??? I could not get it working by publishing the cert site for some reason.

If users need to access webmail for lets say a hotel how can i do this with SSL, does it not need the certificate install on the pc???
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RE: Installing OWA Certificates on Clients - 28.Dec.2006 11:56:34 AM   
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Are you limiting access to corporate controlled machines, or can any worm and virus infected machine be allowed to connect to the OWA site?

Tom

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RE: Installing OWA Certificates on Clients - 28.Dec.2006 5:10:08 PM   
Sunny.C

 

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Corporate machines are locked down using polices and users can not do any damage there. I need to give access to managers so that they can check their mail anywhere around the world. Does this mean that the certificate needs to be installed on every machine they use for OWA? eg: hotel pc's, internet cafe etc...
Is there a safe option to this???

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RE: Installing OWA Certificates on Clients - 31.Dec.2006 10:36:44 AM   
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Certificates are not required, as users can click through the dialog box.

However, I've always considered it unsafe to allow users to connect from untrusted machines. And all machines that I don't manage are untrusted machines, which means they can have physical keyloggers attached to them, and much more.

Tom

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