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Exchange 2013 & Exchange 2007: Mixed URLs and Auth

When we do a migration and configuration the urls and authentication becomes the toughest part to decide which changes as per the organization requirements. Most of the authentication varies from the org to org.

Here I am trying to explain the configuration I have practiced with Exchange 2007 and 2013 co-existence. This should work with most of the environments. I have configured the same in many migrations and it has worked every single time.

 

 

 

Internal URL Exchange 2007 Exchange 2013
OWA https://CASFQDN/owa https://mail.domain.com/owa
EWS https://CASFQDN/EWS/Exchange.aspx https://mail.domain.com/EWS/Exchange.aspx
Outlook Anywhere https://mail.domain.com https://mail.domain.com
ActiveSync https://CASFQDN/Microsoft-server-Activesync https://mail.domain.com/Microsoft-server-Activesync
External URL Exchange 2007 Exchange 2013
OWA https://Legacy.Domain.com/owa https://mail.domain.com/owa
EWS https://Legacy.Domain.com/EWS/Exchange.aspx https://mail.domain.com/EWS/Exchange.aspx
Outlook Anywhere https://mail.domain.com https://mail.domain.com
ActiveSync https://mail.domain.com/Microsoft-server-Activesync https://mail.domain.com/Microsoft-server-Activesync
Internal Auth Exchange 2007 Exchange 2013
OWA Basic, Fba Basic, Fba
EWS NTLM, WindowsIntegrated NTLM, WindowsIntegrated
Outlook Anywhere Basic, IISAuthenticationMethods NTLM, Basic NTLM IISAuthenticationMethods NTLM
ActiveSync BasicAuthEnabled: True; WindowsAuthEnabled:True BasicAuthEnabled: True; WindowsAuthEnabled:True
External Auth Exchange 2007 Exchange 2013
OWA Basic, Fba Fba
EWS NTLM, WindowsIntegrated NTLM, WindowsIntegrated
Outlook Anywhere Basic, IISAuthenticationMethods NTLM, Basic Basic, IISAuthenticationMethods NTLM
ActiveSync BasicAuthEnabled: True; WindowsAuthEnabled:True BasicAuthEnabled: True; WindowsAuthEnabled:True

 

Also review the technet link – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg247612(v=exchg.150).aspx

Prabhat Nigam

Microsoft MVP | Exchange Server

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11 Responses to “Exchange 2013 & Exchange 2007: Mixed URLs and Auth”

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  3. Amit Says:

    Hi,

    This is really good one .. Do you have similar blog for Exchange 2010 and 2013 URLs & Auth.

  4. Prabhat Nigam Says:

    2010 and 2013 share the same urls so my migration blog works very well because 2010 accepts proxy. 2007 needs redirection for owa and EWS.

  5. Robert Says:

    Prabhat,

    I need to know what correct auth types are for 2013/2010 coexistence? do you have a table like the one above?

    Thanks,

    Robert

  6. Robert Says:

    specially for OWA

  7. Prabhat Nigam Says:

    Front end basic
    Back end Ntlm/windows integrated

  8. Robert Says:

    Ok. So for Exchange 2013: it would be Basic? (Not forms)? and for the Exchange 2010 Cas Servers it would be NTLM? Can you explain a little more please?

    Thanks,

    Robert

  9. Robert Says:

    I need to know the settings though for OWA 2013 and OWA 2010 – In Coexistence scenario.

  10. Prabhat Nigam Says:

    For owa basic, FBA.

  11. Prabhat Nigam Says:

    Migration blog mostly covers it. Are you facing any issue?

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