Should I make my IIS server my Exchange 2000 Front-end server or should I
get a new box to proxy requests to the Back-end server?
If you have Exchange 2000 Enterprise installed on this IIS server, this can
be made a front-end server. See the following whitepaper
Melissa Travers, MCSE
Microsoft Exchange Support
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Quote:> Should I make my IIS server my Exchange 2000 Front-end server or should I
> get a new box to proxy requests to the Back-end server?
The subject line pretty much says it all. My backend server, front end server,
and client machine are all on the same hub. From the client machine, if I go
to http://back.mydomain.com/exchange/my_user_name, everything works fine. I
get the logon challenge, enter my user name and password, and up comes my
Outlook mailbox. However, if I go to
http://front.mydomain.com/exchange/my_user_name, I get the logon challenge,
but no matter what I enter, I just get the challenge again. The server is set
to be a front-end server and has been rebooted. Any ideas?
4. OWA access