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    Hello All,
    We are using ISA 2004 with Sp2 Server for publishing our OWA (Exchange 2003 SP2),
    I have a problem when i am trying to connect through WinXp with IE6,it takes almost 15 sec,(to get to the screen that I have to confirm the cert)
    When I am trying to connect through WinXp with IE7 it takes 9 sec,
    The most absurd thing is when i am trying to connect throw win98 with IE6 it take 1Sec,its seems that there is something in WinXp IE6 that make authentication very slow .I can not install the cert on every computer that I am trying to log in from.
    Any one has some suggestion?

    Do any one know where do I configure in the ISA server that every time that some one will type the address off the OWA with http it will redirect it to the address to a https address?


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    Re: OWA And ISA Server

    Have you had a read of this article?
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    • #3
      Re: OWA And ISA Server

      WRT 2 I believe it is IIS that redirects the http to https - not ISA.

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      • #4
        Re: OWA And ISA Server

        Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
        Have you had a read of this article?
        But i Cant see how it can help me,
        I have ISA 2004 and dont see the option that tell hime to redirect all the http traffic to https.


        • #5
          Re: OWA And ISA Server

          IS google that hard to use???

          (first hit)

          and lets continue:

          (same article at third hit others might be interessting to read)
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