Executive's Guide to Web Services by Eric A. Marks

By Eric A. Marks

The idea of this booklet is that the adoption of net providers are not in line with the need to enforce a "new technology," yet really at the technology's skill to convey strategic enterprise worth.

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How Exchange uses certificates Choosing the right set of certificates begins with understanding how Exchange uses certificates. The Mailbox and CAS roles each use certificates in a variety of ways: ●● ●● ●● ●● To give clients a way to authenticate the identity of a server. This is the most common use, and it’s the one that generates the most work for Exchange administrators due to certificate name mismatches or other trust issues that cause user complaints. To authenticate a client or device to the server.

Dll installed (it’s installed by default on the Exchange 2013 mailbox role), and they must be enabled for Outlook Anywhere. com' -ClientAuthenticationMethod Basic -SSLOffloading $false –IISAuthenticationMethods Basic, NTLM When you specify the –ClientAuthenticationMethod switch but not –IISAuthenticationMethods, the IIS authentication methods are set to NTLM plus basic. This is exactly what you want for a mixed organization—remember, you need every CAS in the organization to accept Outlook Anywhere traffic.

By doing so, you ensure that your Outlook clients can successfully connect to the Exchange 2013 CAS even if they are unable to make a MAPI RPC connection. aspx. info Chapter 1 36 Chapter 1 Client access servers Certificate management Chapter 1 Although both the CAS and Mailbox roles use certificates, the CAS role depends on them much more heavily, which is why I’m talking about them so early in the book. Although Exchange 2013 (like the two preceding versions) installs self-signed certificates on each server as you install it, most organizations find that self-signed certificates don’t meet their needs.

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