Publish Exchange 2010 with TMG (cont)


Walkthrough on publishing all roles through TMG with AD pre-auth on TMG. (Part 2/4 EWS\Outlook anywhere)

Configure Outlook anywhere rule on TMG

  1. Open Forefront TMG
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  3. In the Action Pane under Task click  image_thumb6[1]
  4. Give the rule a Name ill name mine “2010 OA”
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  6. Next –> Next
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  8. Internal Site Name should be your CAS server FQDN (needs to be on the cert)
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  10. The external name is what you use to access OA (Also needs to be on the cert)
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  12. Click new to make a new Listener
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  14. Name it whatever you want, I named mine “Basic Auth” because I am going to use it for Basic auth for OA\EWS.
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  16. Select one of the External IPs listed (not all IP addresses or you cant do multiple auth methods)
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  18. Select the certificate you imported earlier
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  20. Use HTTP Authentication
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  22. Click –> Next –> Finish –> Select the Listener.
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  26. Finish
  27. Now Outlook anywhere is published!

Publish Exchange 2010 with TMG (Forefront Threat Management Gateway) Series:

1. OWA
2. EWS\Outlook anywhere
3. Active sync
4. SMTP

13 thoughts on “Publish Exchange 2010 with TMG (cont)

    • you can use integrated if you client is domain joined, but since this is a fairly basic walkthrough i kept it to the most basic config, also one that will work in most enviroments

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  5. I believe there is a small typo on step 10… shouldn’t it read

    “The external name is what you use to access OA (Also needs to be on the cert)” instead of OWA?

    Great walkthrough, very helpful!

      • Thanks Jedi!

        That was what I’d missed when I created my publishing rule (silly me must have assumed it applied only to Outlook 2007, not Outlook 2007 or later – to be fair it’s not worded very well!).

        Checking that box does indeed publish the extra /OAB/*, /ews* and /AutoDiscover/* paths.

        If this isn’t selected only /rpc/* gets published.

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