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Re: E-Mail Authentication with certificate successful solved?


twoj wrote:
Did you create a second activesync virtual directory or is that the settings on the default virtual directory? I didn't think it was possible to run both certificates and basic authentication through one activesync virtual directory

 

It's the same virtual directory.  It won't require both for successful authentication but will use either or.

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Re: E-Mail Authentication with certificate successful solved?


-BD- wrote:

twoj wrote:
Did you create a second activesync virtual directory or is that the settings on the default virtual directory? I didn't think it was possible to run both certificates and basic authentication through one activesync virtual directory

 

It's the same virtual directory.  It won't require both for successful authentication but will use either or.


Not to take anything away from this - but I wouldn't do this in production, for both performance and security reasons. Setup a different EAS website on your CAS servers on a different IP address for this - you want the EAS website that uses cert-based auth to have the SSL cert bound to it to "always negotiate client certificates" (see my earlier post way back in this thread). You can't do this and still allow basic auth for your iOS devices on the same EAS website/IP.

 

Regards,

 

Jacob

 

 

 

 

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client certificate negotiation & uploadReadAheadSize

Hello everybody,

 

I use IIS 7.5 server & I received an HTTP error 413 “request Parameter too long” when I upload a bigger file than 48K.

 

I think that we have two possible solutions. What's the best?

 

 

1) Solution 1 : Increasing "uploadReadAheadSize" parameter can resolve the issue ?

2) Solution 2 : Enable the “Client Certificate negotiationwithout increase uploadReadAheadSize

 

Thank you in advance.

 

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Re: client certificate negotiation & uploadReadAheadSize

maybe in a few hours it would be best to test out BES 12 once released today

 




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Re: client certificate negotiation & uploadReadAheadSize

@Bulka,

 

I modified the uploadReadAheadSize value on Exchange 2010 CAS servers in my production environment and it has been working fine for almost 18 months.

 

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