So Exchange was presenting itself to XP machines wrongly and it seems that XP is not willing to look at next lines on a SAN certificate. Reply Dominic says: November 10, 2011 at 2:21 am Gave this a try the other day. Couldn't resolve the user or group "domain.local/M... Looked everywhere on the Internet, but could not find anything. Check This Out
Drop by more often for some more 🙂 ** I've noticed I didn't include the link for the NTLM whitepaper, post is updated. To recap what I wrote about in the previous articles 5 years ago, for RPC over HTTP(s) aka Outlook Anywhere to work on any version of the Outlook Client on the Set-OutlookProvider Publishing Outlook Anywhere Using NTLM Authentication With Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG Exchange 2013 Outlook Anywhere Considerations Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Posted by Clint Boessen at 10:16 PM Labels: Exchange 2013, Outlook, Windows Client General 4 comments: AnonymousNovember 25, 2014 at 4:23 AMThanks Clint, this was a life saver. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/a7c25d6a-7cfc-40a1-a17e-a1f05f637d53/exchange-2010outlook-anywherewindows-xp-not-working-together?forum=exchange2010
And what can I change to allow logging in using the email address as well? the actual domain names users have, or when exactly their proxy server is located will be handled automatically by exchange. The advice you give about verifying the AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri parameter, do you mean they must match exactly?
http://laubel.wordpress.com/ Friday, August 06, 2010 8:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote From Technet : Outlook on Windows Vista RTM and XP or earlier operating systems: The Windows No I compared them and they looked same, using NTLM authentication and so on. I have disabled outlookanywhere, still the windows security popup is coming up. Outlook 2007 Exchange 2013 Which firewall device is deployed between the internet and domain?
Best Regards, Karol Monday, July 08, 2013 11:42 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had to set the EXPR cert principal name tomsstd:*.domain.name This was to match Windows Xp And Exchange 2013 Issues Like TMG or ISA? Navigate to the Default Web Site on the left. 3. Wednesday, June 08, 2011 12:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for the info, I was missing the "msstd:" part of the command.
Another good tip is to make sure you exclude traffic to the Exchange web services from clients using Proxy, make sure they all are connecting directly to the server. Forum Software © ASPPlayground.NET Advanced Edition SupportCenter Products Services Downloads Security Community Sign in Sign In Contact Us Submit a request My activities × Sign in to Support Center KEMP ID To make sure Split-DNS is working properly, ping the OWA URL and AutoDiscover URL (eg. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer?
these has various "special needs". his comment is here No matter which combination I used ( E-mail address, domain\username , username ) none would authenticate. Peter Bruzzese Andy Grogan Nuno Mota Henrik Walther Neil Hobson Anderson Patricio Jaap Wesselius Markus Klein Rui Silva Ilse Van Criekinge Books Hardware Mail Archiving Load Balancing Message Boards Migration Section What value should I be using? 1337-348574-1800235 Back to top Christopher Orisawayi Members #4 Christopher Orisawayi 831 posts Posted 26 February 2014 - 07:40 PM i think with time you'll fix Set-outlookprovider Expr -certprincipalname
I did it with all the two records. The concept of internal Outlook Anywhere and External Outlook Anywhere is new in Exchange 2013 as we got rid of direct RPC to the Exchange server. Looking forward with Exchange 2013 I already updated my posts recommending to think this through and re-enable the provider back.. http://europrolink.com/windows-xp/pc-speakers-not-working-windows-xp.php Shafaquat Ali.
I´ve checked and the Certificate shows the following details in this order: DNS Name=*.DOMAIN.COM DNS Name=DOMAIN.COM Previously I had msstd:owa.domain.com configured and didnt worked. Not 100% sure though still testing. Set this parameter to the external host name that Outlook clients use to connect to Outlook Anywhere .
In this article we explain how to enable marketing campaign statistics for Microsoft Exchange mail. Any help is appreciated. As for the powershell command, try working with this example, and modify the commands accordingly. Windows 7/Vista matches mail.domainname.ee to *.domainname.ee, but XP doesn’t Your method will match the CertPrincipalName to the subject field, and then solve the password prompt.
What about Autodiscover? ilantz Credits (or links) : When, if and how do you modify Outlook Providers? Open IIS 2. http://europrolink.com/windows-xp/password-not-working-in-windows-xp.php Connect with top rated Experts 18 Experts available now in Live!
Outlook 2003 still keeps asking for username and password. Any ideas? We have a wildcard cert on our cas and all xp machines always prompt for a password as it seems xo can't handle the wildcard * cert not being the exact Now its set to: msstd:domain.com and doesnt work either.
I really tried everything, i watched my regedit port settings, i reenabled rpc, i rechecked my dns zone settings, and i found 0 errors. Good luck, and please report back… ilantz Reply emmo_sys says: May 30, 2014 at 12:51 pm Hi, First thank you for your fast answer. Outlook Anywhere ( RPC over HTTP ) enabled - with Basic Authentication or NTLM Authentication Autodiscover - working correctly 😉 So, you've got it all configured, you enabled Outlook Anywhere, configured James Luo TechNet Subscriber Support (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/ms788697.aspx) If you have any feedback on our support, please contact [email protected] Yes I was able to reproduce this problem on different XP machines that are
Perhaps you can link the source for others to use?