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JerryWilgus





PostPosted: Sat Feb 21 05:45:50 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Web Access Client

Hi,

Is there a way to bypass the 'Outlook Client Logon
Screen'? (/exchange/logon.asp)? In our configuration,
after you type in the alias, then you are again required
to input your network logon and password. Would be nice
to skipt it.

Thanks.

Exchange Server18  
 
 
Nick





PostPosted: Sat Feb 21 05:45:50 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Web Access Client IIS does support Integrated WIndows Authentication (using your desktop
credentials), but that will only work if the client machine you're on is
logged onto the domain. Are you planning on using this externally from the
Internet or internally?

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> Hi,
>
> Is there a way to bypass the 'Outlook Client Logon
> Screen'? (/exchange/logon.asp)? In our configuration,
> after you type in the alias, then you are again required
> to input your network logon and password. Would be nice
> to skipt it.
>
> Thanks.


 
 
mion





PostPosted: Sat Feb 21 19:46:11 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Web Access Client Thanks for the reply - Yes, Externally via the Internet.

>-----Original Message-----
>IIS does support Integrated WIndows Authentication
(using your desktop
>credentials), but that will only work if the client
machine you're on is
>logged onto the domain. Are you planning on using this
externally from the
>Internet or internally?
>
>--
>Nick Cavalancia
>MCSE/MCT/MCNE/MCNI

>Comsphere - "Where Knowledge Transfer is Key"
>Web: http://www.comsphere.com
>Ph: 954.275.0114
>Fax: 954.791.6763


>> Hi,
>>
>> Is there a way to bypass the 'Outlook Client Logon
>> Screen'? (/exchange/logon.asp)? In our configuration,
>> after you type in the alias, then you are again
required
>> to input your network logon and password. Would be
nice
>> to skipt it.
>>
>> Thanks.
>
>
>.
>