Configure Virtual Directories in Exchange 2013

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  • Login to the Exchange Admin Center.

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  • Step 1 -> Click on Servers.
  • Step 2 -> Click on Virtual Directories
  • Step 3 -> Click the drop down menu and select your first server, leave the select type as “All”

 In the next section we are going to setup/configure the following:

  • Autodiscover
  • ECP
  • EWS
  • ActiveSync
  • OAB
  • OWA
  • PowerShell

Autodiscover

Double Click Autodiscover (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • Click on the Authentication Tab.
  • Select your Authentication Type.
  • Click Save.

ECP

Double Click ECP (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • On the General tab configure you Internal and External URL (this is the name you specified on your certificate)
  • Click on the Authentication Tab and set your preferred method.
  • Click Save.

EWS

Double Click EWS (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • On the General tab configure you Internal and External URL (this is the name you specified on your certificate)
  • Click on the Authentication Tab and set your preferred method.
  • Click Save.

Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync

Double Click Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • On the General tab configure you Internal and External URL.
  • Click on the Authentication Tab and set your preferred method.
  • Click Save.

OAB

Double Click OAB (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • Configure you Internal and External URL.
  • Click Save.

OWA

Double Click OWA (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • On the General tab configure your Internal and External URL.

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  • On the Authentication Tab select your method.

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  • On the features tab, enable the features you want users to have access to/see.

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  • On the file access tab make your selections.
  • Click Save.

PowerShell

Double Click Powershell (Default Web Site) or click on the name and then click the Pencil.

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  • On the General tab configure you Internal and External URL.
  • Click on the Authentication Tab and set your preferred method.
  • Click Save.

Hope it helps.

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