Set User Authentication on Virtual Servers
Virtual servers use authentication to determine whether to grant a user permission to connect to the system. For a user to log on to Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, at least one of the authentication methods that the client supports must be enabled on the server.
When you set the virtual server authentication method to basic authentication or Integrated Windows authentication, you are setting one of the parameters, authentication, that control security in Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. The other parameter is authorization. After you choose an authentication method in Exchange, you must also authorize the user to access a directory, through access control lists in Windows 2000. For more information on granting permissions to Active Directory objects, see the Windows 2000 documentation.
The following procedure describes how to set user authentication on virtual servers except for the HTTP Exchange Virtual Server. You set user authentication for the HTTP Exchange Virtual Server through the Internet Information Services (IIS) snap-in.
To set user authentication on virtual servers (except the HTTP Exchange Virtual Server):
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