Configuring the Enterprise Vault proxy server to manage connections from Outlook Anywhere clients
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If there are multiple Enterprise Vault sites, separate Enterprise Vault proxy servers are required for each site.
The Enterprise Vault server that is used as a proxy server can also host archives, if required. Alternatively, you can set up a minimal Enterprise Vault server to be used as a proxy server.
At minimum the proxy server must have the following Enterprise Vault components installed and configured:
Clients use basic or integrated windows authentication (IWA) authentication to connect to the Enterprise Vault proxy server. If required, you can configure SSL on the Enterprise Vault proxy server to secure the client connections.
See Customizing security for the Enterprise Vault Web Access application in the Installing and Configuring manual.
If the Enterprise Vault proxy server does not host archives, then it does not require any additional configuration to support Enterprise Vault requests.
The Enterprise Vault proxy server uses anonymous connections when it connects to the Enterprise Vault servers that host archives. Detailed instructions are provided on how to configure the Enterprise Vault servers to support anonymous connections.
If the Enterprise Vault proxy server hosts archives, then you also need to configure the proxy server for anonymous connections.
In a clustered Enterprise Vault environment, you need to configure each node in the cluster for anonymous connections.
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