configuring reverse proxy for a windows-authentication project server 2010 RRS feed

  • Question

  • hi every one,

    there are good articles about AAM in project server 2010 but I have it's not possible to resolve my problem with AAM

    I have a 3-tier farm on which an instance of a windows-authentication project server 2010 is configured. now our client is hardening the network privacy and forced us to provide a solution for accessing EPM from the internet through a DMZ (which we don't have no access Active Directory for authentication)

    what can we do? should we change the type of authentication to form authentication? if yes is it possible for a production environment of project server? what are the side effects?


    Monday, November 16, 2015 1:32 PM

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  • Hello Sam-net

    Windows authentication shouldn't have an effect on using reverse proxy, unless the authentication is being block.  Authentication should be passed thru the proxy.  If not, then you will have to change to form authentication.  However, I dont think so.

    The reverse proxy will have a https dns name that needs to be map to one of the AAM slots.


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