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Though visible and accessible through IIS, the virtual directories as they pertain to Exchange properties are managed from the EMS and EMC Even the addition of SSL certificates, which can be accomplished through IIS, can also be implemented using the EMS and the New-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet
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The Registry Editor (regedt32exe or regeditexe) is used to a lesser extent than in Exchange 2003, but there still are settings controlled by Registry keys that require direct manipulation of the Registry
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In addition, Registry changes can be implemented by alternative means, such as scripting the execution of a reg file to update the Registry OWA timeout settings can be configured directly through the Registry, for example OWA has its own folder in the Registry where custom configuration entries reside, as shown in Figure 12-26
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Certain settings specific to ASPNET are controlled by editing the related webconfig file using a standard text editor, such as third-party application assemblies not located in the appropriate folder for OWA There is a webconfig file for each of the Exchange web services in IIS, including Autodiscover, ActiveSync, UM, and OWA Webconfig is a standard XML file that most administrators will not need to change
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Outlook Web Access 2007
FIGURE 12-26
The MSExchangeOWA folder in the Windows 2003 Registry Editor
PART IV
OWA Security Features
With each new release of a product, Microsoft is acutely aware of security You might say they are constantly being reminded of it OWA 2007 security is optimized with the use of Internet Security Accelerator (ISA) Server 2006
OWA and ISA: Better Together
OWA 2007 can benefit from the versatile perimeter security product known as ISA 2006 ISA remains a 32-bit application, so it cannot run directly on Exchange 2007, which requires 64-bit in production This includes the Edge Server role, which seems a good fit for ISA coexistence otherwise ISA can serve as a reverse-proxy inspecting HTTP/HTTPS packets prior to forwarding them on to the CAS server In addition, ISA can provide authentication services for OWA, in which case the OWA authentication type is changed to basic from the default forms-based authentication
Part IV:
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Microsoft Forefront Security
Available only with Enterprise CALs, Microsoft Forefront Security provides a comprehensive defense solution for Exchange 2007 as a whole Because it is a server-controlled solution, OWA 2007 still benefits from any antivirus, malware protection, and message hygiene solution implemented in front of Exchange We will cover Microsoft Forefront Security a little more in 19
Public versus Private Computer
As mentioned earlier, the user makes an important determination during logon They select whether they are accessing OWA with a public or private computer In this case, the use of public really means a workstation that is beyond the control of the user at some time, even a shared home computer A private computer is one that is used solely by the user The administrator can determine features that apply to private computers yet are not exposed to connections from workstations deemed as public Also, there are inherent traits associated with each type of connection by default A private computer is assumed to be more secure and therefore more generous with settings such as timeout values A logon using the private computer selection enjoys a longer period of inactivity before a request to reauthenticate is issued by OWA The default timeouts are 15 minutes for a public computer and 480 minutes on a private computer
Secure Sockets Layer
Microsoft Exchange 2007 generates its own default security certificates when it is installed These do work fine in a default setting However, unless they are specifically trusted by each workstation accessing OWA, the user will receive a warning pop-up much like the one shown in Figure 12-27 In Internet Explorer 7, the address bar will also display the URL with a background color of red as a means of alerting the user that the certificate does not meet all the trust requirements A third-party issued and trusted certificate can be installed in its place
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