RE: [SPAM: Type H] - RE: [SPAM: Type H] - RE: Online Defrag - Email found in subject - Email found in subject

  • From: "Amy Kohler" <akohler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 15:04:07 -0400

RPC is not allowed from the front end to the back end. This was working and now 
is not. The front end server is lets say \\server1 and the back end is say 
\\server2. I am able to type in the browser \\server2\exchagne and of course my 
email comes up. Typing \\server1\exchange gives me a Cannot find server or DNS 
Internet Explorer error. When I first sent this email, I was at least getting a 
login screen but now I am not. I changed authentication by removing Integrated 
Windows authentication off of the front end server. The front end server is 
just using basic. does this help?

-----Original Message-----
From: Danny [mailto:nocmonkey@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 1:57 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [SPAM: Type H] - [exchangelist] RE: [SPAM: Type H] - RE: Online
Defrag - Email found in subject - Email found in subject

On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 14:16:10 -0400, Amy Kohler <akohler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm desperate!

Well, hopefully we can help. :)

> I have moved a back end server with no mailboxes on it to the DMZ and 
> configured it as a
> front end server.

You had a backend server with no mailboxes on it? Must be nice. :)

> It is in front of a the firewall. I had it working so that it would not 
> authenticate but get that
> internally. It actually was working for a few days and now it doesn't. I get 
> a 404 page
> cannot be found error. I am testing inside and used to be able to type
> http://servername/exchange in get an authentication and get in but now it is 
> not working.
> any ideas?

You had it setup to authenticate internally... as in, you have it to
authenticate to another server outside of the DMZ within your LAN? If
so, *from* this new frontend server, are you able to communicate with
the server it is suppose to authenticate to? Have you adjusted your
firewall rules appropriately? What type of traffic can you get through
to the authenticating server?


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