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    Exchange 2013 - Webmail automatic login with Windows Auth in school

    Hi,

    With Ex2007 I set it up so that when using the external webmail address "Form Based" authentication means they had to enter U/P to login, but when in school I created a shortcut that would log them in automatically using "Windows Auth"

    I did this by in IIS setting up a duplicate copy of default website/webmail and switched it to port 81 and then set this up to login with windows auth. This probably wasnt the correct way to do this but it worked. The students would click a link on the desktop for "http://mail:81/owa" and they would get logged straight in.

    What is the correct suggested method for ex2013 please?

    webmail.xxxxxxx.worcs.sch.uk - Form based
    mail shortcut internally - windows auth

    Thanks in advance

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    You should be able to enable form and windows auth together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bald_pig View Post
    You should be able to enable form and windows auth together?
    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply, this resulted in a "windows authentication pop up" when external with exchange 2007. Is this different for 2013?
    Thanks again
    Tim

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    Do you have windows auth set on the OWA vDir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Do you have windows auth set on the OWA vDir?

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    Morning Sukh,

    I read this on technet and was about to work through it before i saw your reply....

    Exchange 2013, multiple IIS OWA sites with different authentication

    They are saying that as I did before I should copy the OWA folders etc.
    Before I start, are you hinting that maybe I don't have to do all this and can get the same result from setting up authentication correctly?

    Thanks again

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    Have you got CU5 installed?

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