MSExchange.org - Dual or Pass-Through Authentication in an Exchange 2003 Front-End/Back-End Setup

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Title: Dual or Pass-Through Authentication in an Exchange 2003 
Front-End/Back-End Setup
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article, I will explain the differences between using dual and 
pass-through authentication in an Exchange 2003 front-end/back-end setup, where 
forms-based authentication isn’t enabled, and where the required Exchange 
services aren’t published through an ISA Server located on the perimeter 
network (aka DMZ, demilitarized zone or screened subnet).
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Dual-Pass-Through-Authentication-Exchange-2003-Front-EndBack-End.html





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