ISAPI dlls for EX2000 WebMail

  • From: "Cresswell, Charles" <charlesc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2003 12:06:14 -0000

does anyone know the essential ISAPI dlls for running webmail on IIS
4.0? I've been trying to lock down our web server security a bit,
including webmail. I know I cannot disable WebDAV on the exchange
server, but I cant seem to find any reference to which ISAPI extensions
I can remove.
Obvoiusly the .asp needs to stay. however our security consultant
recommended certain .htr files be removed from the system folders to
prevent brute forcing of passwords, as well as the removal of the ISAPI
.printer reference. Unfortunately I managed to hose the webmail until I
did a restore of the IIS config!

Charles Cresswell, IS Manager
020 7213 0728


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