A web server sends a request to B for example: url: http://www.aa.com/page/a.aspx?a=1&b=2&c=3web server B is the reverse proxy server is directed to the
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We have crm 4.0 with IFD 4.0 configured in a lab environment. We are trying to get IFD with the Outlook client to work properly before putting on production environment. The Outlook client always prompts for login and fails to authenticate while
on the public Internet.
We have an external DNS entry for the CRM Lab instance. The same DNS entry is also internal but with an 10.x.x.x IP. We are just using Port 80 no SSL at this point.
Internally we can configure a Outlook client for the CRM lab it works perfectly and getting there via the WEB also works. When testing with the same PC on the public Internet the Web based client prompts for login, once we put in the credentials it
works via the Web CRM Interface. But for the Outlook client it again prompts for login but fails even with valid credentials while on the public internet.
I believe its the Reverse Proxy rule on the ISA 2004 cluster for the CRM lab that is not right. Should we be using Windows Integrated authentication? Should "Requests appear to come from the Isa Server be checked" or "Request appear to
come from original sender" I've tried both and they didn't work. My understanding is that when it's working it should seamlessly connect to the CRM server with the Outlook client up.
Here's the scenario - a customer has multiple SharePoint applications, all using Windows authentication, co-existing in a single farm. Domain accounts were created in the self-contained SharePoint domain for thousands of external users across lots of different outside companies.
URL names for the applications are in the format:
i.e. they are all in the same internet facing domain.
These external users access different applications in the farm (there are links in each app to the apps), and need to logon multiple times - once for each app. The customer would like to implement a solution that allows them to keep the apps separate, but allow the users to login once. Since the applications were developed by different companies, and to keep things simple, a solution that is transparent the various applications would be preferable.
Additionally, when these external users change their passwords or access documents via Word, Excel, there are often access issues and lots of additional password prompts, causing an administrative nightmare. User accounts number in the tens of thousands, so support requests pile up fast.
I've seen people discussing similar (but not identical scenarios) where the solution involved a "secure reverse proxy" (Such as Micros
We have an Apache (Redhat 4.6, Apache 2.0.52, libxml2 2.6.16) as a reverse proxy. Authentification and most of the functionality is o.k. But on SharePoint2010-side he has minor problems: - Pulldown menu doesn't work - List editings menu has errors
1, 'http:\u002f\u002fSharepoint-Server-Domain\u002fSite Collection'
When using SharePoint Foundation2010 with IE8 get following JS-error message
Meldung: Accessd denied Zeile: 2 Zeichen: 107989 Code: 0 URI: https Sharepoint-Server-Domain/_layouts/1033/core.js?rev=c3ROI4x%2BKHVTMbn4JuFndQ%3D%3D Meldung: Accessd denied Zeile: 2 Zeichen: 7849 Code: 0 URI: https: Sharepoint-Server-Domain/_layouts/inplview.js?rev=AohvE9XEf%2FI78tuaw1TGAA%3D%3D
Any help or similar experiences welcome
I am trying to deploy through webmatrix but my system Proxy server configuration is not being used. I assume that webmatrix would detect the proxy server settings and use that for the msdeploy calls under the hood. Can anyone confirm this is a know issue?
Proxy settings can be a real pain in the neck and very frustrating for users to configure properly. In this article, Durgaprasad Gorti discusses how you can use automatic proxy configuration via script and how it works in the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0.
MSDN Magazine August 2005
One of the advantages of the .NET architecture is that assemblies built with it contain lots of useful information that can be recovered using ILDASM, the intermediate language disassembler. A side effect, though, is that someone with access to your binaries can recover a good approximation of the original source code. Here the authors present program obfuscation as a way to deter reverse engineering. In addition, they discuss the different types of obfuscation technologies available and demonstrate the new obfuscation tool that is included in Visual Studio .NET 2003.
Gabriel Torok and Bill Leach
MSDN Magazine November 2003
MSDN Magazine February 2003
hi,i want to send a mail via my mvc application hosted by cassini ,but i access to the internet connexion throught proxyi add this lines on my web config :
<defaultProxy enabled="true" >
MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
mail.From = new MailAddress("email@example.com");
mail.Subject = "Test";
string Body = "Hi, this mail is to test sending mail"
mail.Body = Body;
mail.IsBodyHtml = true;
SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient("127.0.0.1");
smtp.Port = 25;
catch (Exception ex)
string exep = "Send Email Failed." + ex.Message;
I am looking for the solution of how do I get the html of a web page through proxy. I have an input of proxy server name, port number, url of web page and accelerated_pac_base.pac file which contains FindProxyForURL(url, host) method. http://findproxyforurl.com/ has more information about PAC file. How do I do this in c#.
Thanks in Advance,