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The settings on the Security tab, shown in Figure 41-5, control whether Outlook 2007 encrypts data between the client computer and the server and how authentication is handled.
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Figure 41-5. Use the Security tab to con gure security settings.
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Encrypt Data Between Microsoft Of ce Outlook And Microsoft Exchange Server Determine whether Outlook 2007 uses encryption to secure transmission
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between your system and the server. Select this check box to enable encryption for greater security.
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Always Prompt For Logon Credentials Select this check box if you want Outlook 2007 to prompt you for your logon credentials each time it needs to connect to the server. This is useful if you are concerned that others who have access to your computer might be accessing your mailbox. Logon Network Security Specify the type of authentication to use when connecting to Exchange Server. The Password Authentication option causes Exchange Server to use Microsoft Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) challenge/response to authenticate on the server using your current logon account credentials. This is the standard authentication mechanism in Windows NT domains. Kerberos Password Authentication is the default authentication mechanism for Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and later domains. You can choose either of these or choose the Negotiate Authentication option to have Outlook 2007 attempt both. 41
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The Connection tab in the Microsoft Exchange dialog box, shown in Figure 41-6, allows you to specify how your computer connects to Exchange Server. You can connect through the local area network (LAN), through dial-up networking, or through a third-party dialer such as the one included with Microsoft Internet Explorer . The LAN connection option applies if you re connecting over a hard-wired connection for example, when your computer is connected to the same network as the server. You should also use the LAN option if you connect to the server over a shared dial-up connection hosted by another computer.
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Figure 41-6. Use the Connection tab to specify how Outlook 2007 connects to Exchange Server.
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Click Connect Using My Phone Line to use an existing dial-up networking connection or to create a new dial-up connection. Select the desired connection in the drop-down list, and then click Properties if you need to modify the dial-up connection. Click Add if you need to add a dial-up connection.
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If you want to connect to the Internet or your remote network using the dialer included in Internet Explorer or a dialer included in a third-party dial-up client, click Connect Using Internet Explorer s Or A 3rd Party Dialer. The Outlook Anywhere group of controls lets you con gure Outlook 2007 to connect to Exchange Server using HTTP. The capability to use HTTP to connect to a remote computer running Exchange Server provides an additional connection option for Outlook 2007 users and can drastically reduce administrative overhead. Administrators no longer need to provide virtual private network (VPN) access to the network or con gure VPN client software for users to access the computer running Exchange Server from remote locations. HTTP access also provides native access to the computer running Exchange Server as an alternative to Outlook Web Access (OWA) for users.
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The Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using HTTP check box, if selected, causes Outlook 2007 to connect to the Exchange Server computer using the HTTP protocol. To con gure additional settings, click Exchange Proxy Settings to open the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 41-7.
Figure 41-7. Specify settings for the HTTP connection in the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings dialog box.
Con gure settings in this dialog box using the following list as a guide:
Use This URL To Connect To My Proxy Server For Exchange Specify the URL that serves as the access point for the server. The default is <server>/RPC, where <server> is the Web address of the Exchange front-end server. An example is httpmail.boyce.us/rpc. Omit the https:// pre x. Connect Using SSL Only Select this check box to connect to the server using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Note that Outlook 2007 changes the URL pre x to https:// for the URL. (See the preceding option.) Only Connect To Proxy Servers That Have This Principal Name In Their Certi cate Specify the principal name for the remote proxy server for SSL
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