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Hi Clem,

As I know there is something different in the WinHttp API used by Outlook, but I cannot be able to find any detail about ...

Regards

Guido Serassio
Acme Consulting S.r.l.
Microsoft Silver Certified Partner
VMware Professional Partner
Via Lucia Savarino, 1                10098 - Rivoli (TO) - ITALY
Tel. : +39.011.9530135               Fax. : +39.011.9781115
Email: guido.serassio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
WWW: http://www.acmeconsulting.it


> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Clem [mailto:clemfree@xxxxxxx]
> Inviato: giovedì 5 aprile 2012 9.30
> A: Guido Serassio; squid-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Oggetto: RE:  https analyze, squid rpc proxy to rpc proxy ii6
> exchange2007 with ntlm
> 
> Hi Guido,
> 
> Thanks for this link but I've already read it, and already set that
> parameter (EXPR), and no change, I've made more tests yesterday :
> 
> ..:::: WinXP -> squid -> exchange 2007
> 
> With lan manager parameters (secpol.msc) AND with msstd option checked in
> outlook http proxy parameters :
> 
> . LM et NTLM only : working
> . NTLM only : working
> . NTLMv2 only : working
> 
> ..:::: Windows7 -> squid -> exchange 2007
> 
> With lan manager parameters (secpol.msc) AND with msstd option checked in
> outlook http proxy parameters :
> 
> . LM et NTLM only : NOT working
> . NTLM only : NOT working
> . NTLMv2 only : NOT working
> 
> With lan manager parameters (secpol.msc) AND with msstd option NOT checked
> in outlook http proxy parameters :
> 
> . LM et NTLM only : working
> . NTLM only : NOT working
> . NTLMv2 only : NOT working
> 
> Without squid, so outlook connected directly to exchange via outlook
> anywhere, that works with any parameters, for XP and 7.
> 
> I'm so confused ... Why with XP that works with any parameters and
> Windows7
> only with 2 parameters on ?
> What is the thing that do the difference between these two OS ?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Clem
> 
> 
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Guido Serassio [mailto:guido.serassio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Envoyé : mercredi 4 avril 2012 19:32
> À : Clem; squid-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Objet : R:  https analyze, squid rpc proxy to rpc proxy ii6
> exchange2007 with ntlm
> 
> Hi Clem,
> 
> Try reading this:
> http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2008/09/29/3406352.aspx
> 
> Regards
> 
> Guido Serassio
> Acme Consulting S.r.l.
> Microsoft Silver Certified Partner
> VMware Professional Partner
> Via Lucia Savarino, 1                10098 - Rivoli (TO) - ITALY
> Tel. : +39.011.9530135               Fax. : +39.011.9781115
> Email: guido.serassio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> WWW: http://www.acmeconsulting.it
> 
> 
> > -----Messaggio originale-----
> > Da: Clem [mailto:clemfree@xxxxxxx]
> > Inviato: lunedì 2 aprile 2012 15.34
> > A: squid-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Oggetto: RE:  https analyze, squid rpc proxy to rpc proxy
> > ii6
> > exchange2007 with ntlm
> >
> > Re,
> >
> > I've found the option that generate issue only with windows7, in
> > outlook proxy http settings window, we have this checked automatically
> > : connect only to server proxy certificate that use this principal
> (common) name :
> > Msstd : externalfqdn
> >
> > When I uncheck this option, my outlook (2007/2010) can connect trough
> > squid with ntlm in my Exchange via outlook anywhere, If it's checked
> > I've got a : server is unavailable.
> > In windows XP, checked or not, that works.
> >
> > By the way, after connection to exchange succeed in w7, that option
> > rechecks itself automatically ...
> >
> > The point is, why ? Maybe windows7 is more paranoid with certificate ??
> >
> > Have you an idea ?
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Clem
> >
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De : Amos Jeffries [mailto:squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Envoyé : mardi 27
> > mars 2012 23:27 À : squid-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Objet : RE:
> >  https analyze, squid rpc proxy to rpc proxy ii6
> > exchange2007 with ntlm
> >
> > On 27.03.2012 21:31, Clem wrote:
> > > Hi Amos,
> > >
> > > Administrateur is the french AD name for Administrator :)
> > >
> >
> > Yes. I'm just wondering if it is correct for what your IIS is checking
> > against.
> >
> > Amos




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