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ipad EAS (exchange mode) with Exchange 2010 rtm guide

21 Aug

ipad support exchange mode using EAS (exchange activesync service). here is the how to guide on both exchange and ipad side.

1- configure Exchange 2010

  1. enable enterprise certificate or third party certficate with IIS service.
  2. configure all virtualdirectories internal and external URL right.
  3. enable Exchange outlook anywhere
  4. make sure everything is ok, or the ipad can not connect.

2- configure ipad

IPAD ios version: 3.2

  1. install enterprise root certificate to ipad use iphone configuration utility.

connect ipad with your computer

create a configuration profiles:

click new  button

 

input required information in general tag

click configure button in credentials tag

choose the root certificate, click OK

check the information.


Go to devices scope, click the ipad name, then configuration profiles tag, install the profile.

2 configure EAS for ipad

alter! backup your ipad configuration first. because the first EAS connection will delete all exsit contact information.

go to system settings, then mail,contact,calendars , click add account

click EAS (the first button), input required information.

alter every part should fill. for example, I filled with exadmin@contoso.com, contoso, exadmin, P@ssw0rd. then click next. ipad will verify the account information for about 2 mins, plesae wait a moment.

then you have to input the server’s internal FQDN in the new form part server. then next.

alter form part domain  should filled, or ipad can not connect to exchange.

ok, the account is added.

 

let’s rock it. hooray!

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Posted by on August 21, 2010 in Exchange Server

 

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