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I just set up an exchange 2003SP2 server on Win server 2003. I have a strange problem getting the OWA client to work for non domain connected users. In IIS 6 in the Exchange site if I right click and go to security and authentication there are 3 options. Anonymous authentication, integrated windows authentication and basic authentication.

I have anonymous turned off and the other two turned on. When I do that the OWA client won't let users log in. If you put in a valid username / password the username box returns www.domainname.com/username but won't login.

If I turn off the button for integrated authentication OWA starts working but mobile devices cease to be able to connect.

Has anyone seen this before?
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I just set up an exchange 2003SP2 server on Win server 2003. I have a strange problem getting the OWA client to work for non domain connected users. In IIS 6 in the Exchange site if I right click and go to security and authentication there are 3 options. Anonymous authentication, integrated windows authentication and basic authentication.

I have anonymous turned off and the other two turned on. When I do that the OWA client won't let users log in. If you put in a valid username / password the username box returns www.domainname.com/username but won't login.

If I turn off the button for integrated authentication OWA starts working but mobile devices cease to be able to connect.

Has anyone seen this before?
Thanks
Are you running with SSL? Do you have Forms-based authentication enabled?

Username is not "www.domainname.com\\username".

You can use one of two options:

NETBIOS_DOMAIN\\Username
or
Username@Fully_qualified_domain_name

For example: OVERCLOCK\\Username, or Username@overclock.net
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Are you running with SSL? Do you have Forms-based authentication enabled?

Username is not "www.domainname.com\\username".

You can use one of two options:

NETBIOS_DOMAIN\\Username
or
Username@Fully_qualified_domain_name

For example: OVERCLOCK\\Username, or Username@overclock.net
I'm not using SSL and forms based authentication in Exchange System Manager is turned off. When I turn off integrated windows authentication username@domain.local is how I have been able to log in. NETBIOS_DOMAIN\\Username does not work for some reason even when I can log in.
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