Posted this a while ago, got some responses, but nothing has changed.
For the less computer literate around here, I want to be have one address
for them to go to, whether internal or external. Also I would like to
it using an SSL certificate, but would have to get 2 certificates (one for
each name used) or train them to ignore the warnings - and that's never a
good idea. Here is my situation:
I am currently running OWA & E2k on an internal member server. OWA is
open to the internet using server publishing in ISA at
"host1.domain.com/exchange". E2k is SP1 and Win2k is SP2 on both ISA and
E2k server. Externally, everything runs fine and I prompted for my
Internally everything works fine. If I point my browser to
"e2kservername/exchange", I am let in using my Win2k credentials
I have created an in-house DNS entry that points "host1" to the OWA/E2k
server. If I point my browser (internally) to "host1/exchange" everything
works the same as if I point to "e2kservername/exchange".
Now here's the problem:
If I point my internal browser to "host1.domain.com/exchange" I get sent to
the correct internal IP address, but this time I am prompted for my
credentials. I enter them, and am immediately prompted for them again, and
again, and again, and again, etc.
Any help is greatly appreciated,