Publishing Outlook Web Access to its Own URL.
Virtual Servers and Directories
When you create an HTTP virtual server, there are three tabs to configure:
General Use this tab to configure the virtual server identification (host header, IP address, and port), number of available client connections, and logging. If one domain (for example, bobboff.com) needs different configuration settings from a second domain (for example, bobboff2.com), you can add both domains to the same virtual server.
Note The combination of identification values for each virtual server (host header, IP address, TCP port) must be unique.
Access Use this tab to configure the type of authentication used to access secure content and to configure whether the server allows Anonymous access to shared content.
For each virtual server, you can configure multiple virtual directories to point to different public folders or to the private mailbox store. Ensure that each virtual server has a corresponding DNS alias to provide named access to the virtual server. When you create a private mailbox virtual directory, System Manager lists the primary SMTP domains of the available recipient policies. Listing the domains allows administrators to assign a virtual directory to users who were modified by a recipient policy.
(The section below describes the options available to secure Outlook Web Access in your Exchange organization.)
For more information about authentication methods in a front-end and back-end server configuration, see the white paper Exchange 2000 Front-end and Back-end Topology on the Exchange site at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=4721.
After you complete the above procedure, use Exchange System Manager to complete the following steps on each back-end server and front-end Exchange server that will support user principal name logon attempts.
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