Publishing Exchange to the Internet Using Web Application Proxy – Part 2

In part two of my series on publishing Exchange to the Internet using WAP (Web Application Proxy) we configure Active Directory for Kerberos Delegation, then publish the paths to Exchange using our WAP server.

Note that if you are doing this in a HA environment, the steps to enable Kerberos for your CAS array should be followed first, before then performing delegation for the HTTP name.

Have fun and read part two over on SearchExchange.

3 thoughts on “Publishing Exchange to the Internet Using Web Application Proxy – Part 2

    • Hiya,

      Yes, it needs to be joined to the domain for kerberos delegation. This is no different to most TMG servers setup for pre-auth. You might not see this, but it’s quite common.

      Steve

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