I`ve run ISA 2004 before and publish OWA, OMA and ActiveSync. I publish OWA with FBA and OMA/EAS with basic. Also two listener and two certificates.
In ISA 2006 you can publish all this features with only one listener. The new feature User-Agent Mapping check the device if it could run forms-based or not. If the device could not run FBA it will be downgraded to basic.
I notice that users with Nokia Mail for Exchange got problem after this upgrade.
Notice how microsoft has spelled Symbian OS?? See below.
I also notice this in ISA 2006: Found User-Agent Mapping: *Blazer* 2 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *DoCoMo* 1 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *Windows CE* 2 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *Symbain OS* 2 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *SonyEricsson* 2 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *Frontpage* 3 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *Mozilla* 0 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *Opera* 0 True Found User-Agent Mapping: *MSRPC* 3 True Found User-Agent Mapping: * 3 True
I think that is the reason why Nokia could not sync anymore? How do I correct this to *Symbian OS* 3 True (This should tell Nokia phone to use basic authentication.
From: Redmond, WA
"It's a feature".
Actually, it's a bug, but you're the first person to run headlong into it (and report it). I'm working on a PSS-supportable script so that you and others that don't know they're hitting this issue can self-solve it.
If the dev team approves the code review (I don't foresee any problems), it'll get posted tomorrow morning (PST) or maybe later toinight - it depends on who's awake in Haifa this time of the morning over there.
From: Redmond, WA
Ok - all approved. You can find "fix_symbian" under the ISA 2006 tools. 1. Extract "fix_symbian.js" to a folder on your ISA 2. Open a cmd-window 3. Move to the folder where you extracted the script. 4. Type 'cscript fix_symbian.js' (no quotes)