Different virtual directories exchange mailbox server

asked 2021-04-25T21:24:58.817+00:00
Mohammed Samir Ahmed 21 Reputation points

Hello all,

We are in exchange design phase , and we suggested to define different virtual directory than those published on the iis default website .

Why that ? For example to disable owa and ecp on the default website and to be enabled on the new custom virtual directory over the new iis website on the same mailbox server to can restrict more access for such services .

My question is this approach supported by Microsoft, and valid technically or not ??

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  1. answered 2021-04-25T22:13:18.413+00:00
    Andy David - MVP 109K Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    Ok, this is the only supported method to do this. From reading the comments, it does not work for Exchange 2016 ( which means 2019 as well)

    Honestly, I would not do this.

    instead, I would create separate FQDN namespaces and leave everything as the default, then have users connect to the FQDN that applies to them with separate Exchange Servers.

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  2. answered 2021-04-25T22:22:20.273+00:00
    Mohammed Samir Ahmed 21 Reputation points

    It's greate article but they mentioned another article how to work over 2016 ,and 2019