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Using IIS Manager to configure SSL on the Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory



Using IIS Manager to configure SSL on the Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory


If you are using IIS 7.0 or a later version, follow these steps:


In IIS Manager, select Default Web site or the Web site on which you are hosting your Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync virtual directory.

In the Web site Home pane, in the IIS area, double-click SSL Settings.

In SSL Settings, select the Require SSL check box. Require 128-bit SSL is optional. But if it is selected, this option provides greater security.

Under Client Certificates, select Ignore.

In the action pane, click Apply to save your changes.

If you are using a version of IIS earlier than IIS 7, follow these steps:

In IIS Manager, select the Default Web site or the Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync virtual directory, and then click Properties.

On the Directory Security tab, in Secure Communications, click Edit.

In Secure Communications, select Require Secure Channel (SSL).

After you complete this procedure, your Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory on the Web site will be configured to use SSL. \




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Identificateur de l'article : SLN289392

Date de la dernière modification : 10/27/2014 07:42 AM


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