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  • Single ISA2006 std edt - OWA & Outlook Anywhere rules

    HI


    I'm currently looking at implementing Outlook Anywhere and Outlook Web
    Access within my company as a part of our Exchange 2007 deployment.

    I have setup two client access servers and NLB to a single IP Address
    192.168.1.200

    Created a forward lookup zone called companyname.com
    Added an A record "mail" - mail.companyname.com and associated to IP
    address 192.168.1.200

    I have created a single SSL Certificate mail.companyname.com
    I have added the certificate to both CAS servers.
    URL (Internal and External) for Outlook Anywhere is mail.company.com
    URL (Internal and External) for OWA is mail.company.com/owa


    I have a single ISA 2006 standard edition server
    Added the SSL cert into the personal directory and trusted third party
    I create a rule for OWA using the ISA wizard, web listener is
    authenticating using HTML Form Authentication - Works no problem

    When I to try and create an Outlook Anywhere rule via the wizard....
    and create a Web Listener to use HTML Authentication - I get the
    following ISA error


    A Web listener specifying the same port and similar IP addresses is
    already used by rule "Outlook Web Access". The port and IP addresses
    specified in a Web listener cannot overlap with the IP addresses and
    ports specified in another Web listener already used in a different
    rule.


    Is there an alternative to get both rules working on the same ISA box?

    Or do I need another ISA server to process requests for Outlook
    Anywhere,

    Or Possibly Another CAS server specifically for OWA changing the Default
    Web Directory to process SSL on port 444??

    Any ideas / help would be gratefully received

    Thanks
    B

  • #2
    Re: Single ISA2006 std edt - OWA & Outlook Anywhere rules

    You simply need to use the same web listener created for the OWA rule and not create a new one.
    Hace a nice day,

    Simone Chemelli
    MCP (Exchange 2003)

    (This post is provided as-is with no warranties, expressed or otherwise, and confers no rights.)

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