Applies to: Exchange Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-05
You can manage several of the Exchange ActiveSync application settings in Exchange Server 2013 through the Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory. A virtual directory is used by Internet Information Services (IIS) to allow access to a web application such as Exchange ActiveSync. Some of the virtual directory settings you can manage for Exchange ActiveSync include authentication, security, and reporting.
Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory settings
You can modify the following properties and settings on the Exchange ActiveSync virtual directory:
- InternalURL The InternalURL is the URL that internal
clients can use to access the virtual directory. It is usually in
the format https://servername/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync. For
example, if the server’s NetBIOS name is Sequoia, the InternalURL
would be https://sequoia/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync.
- ExternalURL The ExternalURL is the URL that external
clients can use to access the virtual directory. This URL should be
accessible from outside your internal network. For example, your
ExternalURL could be https://www.contoso.com/.
- Authentication settings The two methods of
authentication you can configure for the Exchange ActiveSync
virtual directory are Basic authentication and Client certificate