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erodriguez
Level 7

OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

I'm currently configuring OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4 without success. I am using a common reverse proxy rule.

Anyone currently have this setup that can help me or provide me the documentation for this process.

Thank you.

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exbrit
Level 21

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Moved from Community Help to Web Gateway for better support.

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Troja
Level 14

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Do you receive any error message. We implemented several MWG reverse proxy environments using Microsoft OWA.

Cheers,

Thorsten

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Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Hi.

I need create Rule Set for reverse proxy to MS Exchange (OWA) with SSO. User reverse to MWG page, enter login\password and then this login\password substituted to OWA auth page and enter to personal interface (email page). MWG can do it?

Now i use MWG auth, then if user in MS AD he will connect to OWA page where he enter login\password again.

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Troja
Level 14

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Hi alexey,

actually we are working on such a solution with MWG and MCSSO. But not ready yet.

Cheers,

Thorsten

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Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Thank you for response. I will waiting.

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c0rec0re
Level 7

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Hello Troja!

Any updates here?

I'm also interested in Lync publishing and SSO.

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Troja
Level 14

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

Hi,

perhaps we are implementing such a project for 20000 users this year. I do not know the exactly timeframe.

Lets see what will be happen.

Will update the thread here. :-)

Cheers

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c0rec0re
Level 7

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

I know that "one well known vendor" can do it (publish OWA and SSO it to inside), but I do not see that MWG can publish OWA and SSO, it can only reverse proxy it.

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McAfee Employee

Re: OWA with McAfee Webgateway 7.4

MWG can as well.

Publish is such a lax term and simply describes a method of making it accessible to the outside - oh wait, that's a reverse proxy!

Enable basic authentication on OWA. Now let MWG do the auth upfront. You should make sure that only SSL can be used. Then use any authentication rule. MWG will send a 401 to the client, this will trigger the client to include the Proxy-Authorozation Header in the message. MWG will not strip that header and let the destination server read that as well. Voila, your SSO.

Michael

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