09-02-2009 10:38 AM
It works but I have a problem understanding the security implications.
The instructions say "No Authorization" for the reverse proxy.
In my understanding that basically means that your whole internal IIS Default Web site is now exposed to the Internet.
You basically send all requests directed at the reverse proxy name unfiltered/unauthenticated to the backend server.
I would prefer e.g. a certificate authentication at the IVE as a first line of defense. Is that possible? Getting a certificate onto the iPhone doesn't seem to be too hard.
09-03-2009 01:51 PM
09-03-2009 01:52 PM
Go to Settings/Mail,Contacts,Calendars
Accouts--> Add Account
external hostname of activesync virtual port (async.company.com)
09-21-2009 03:20 AM
Is there any chance that someone attached the network diagram of integration Activesync on SSL VPN with exchange server.
Also all URL should be marked on the scheme.
can also someone explain what exaclty do you need to integrate this solution. Let say:
- backend exchange
- frontend exchange
- SSL VPN (this is logical)
I have only backend exchange server and SSL VPN, so is this enough or not? Any help is welcomed, because I am not able to configure.
What is necessary to configure on the exchange server,....
10-19-2009 09:55 AM
I have activesync working with a single exchange server. No fancy configurations, it just works. I'm using SSL in front of and behind my IVE. No HTTP is allowed.
I just wish that the Active User page showed a count of current connections.