Messageware CalendarShare and Secure Computing's SafeWord interoperation

This article applies to the following products:
     Messageware CalendarShare 2003

     Messageware CalendarShare 2000




This article outlines the server configuration to ensure interoperation of Messageware CalendarShare and Secure Computing's SafeWord.




Please follow the sets below to ensure interoperation.


1.     Add the RequireAuthenIP value in the registry

a.     Open the registry editor

b.    Navigate to the following location [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Secure Computing\SccOWA]

c.     Create a new DWORD Value key "RequireAuthenIP"=dword:00000000

d.    Close the registry editor

e.     Log in to OWA and view the attachment with CalendarShare

2.     Enable Anonymous Access for the X-CalendarShare and X-CalendarShare\bin virtual directories

a.     Open Internet Services Manager (IIS)

b.    Expand the Default Web Site

c.     Right-Click on the X-CalendarShare virtual directory, and select Properties

d.    Change to the Directory Security tab

e.     Click Edit under Anonymous access and authentication control
Verify that Anonymous access has to be checked for X-CalendarShare virtual directory

f.     Repeat steps 3-5 for the X-CalendarShare\bin Virtual Directory

3.       Add the X-CalendarShare virtual directory to the X-CalendarShare Virtual Directory to the list of protected folders

a.     In the SafeWord OWA Agent installation directory (typically \Program Files\Secure Computing\SafeWord\OWA Agent) navigate to the “AccessControl” subdirectory

b.    Select the subdirectory corresponding to the IIS web site ID of your OWA site

c.     Edit the default.acl file by adding the path specification for your “X-CalendarShare” virtual directory

d.    Save and close the default.acl file

e.     Restart IIS for the changes take effect

f.     Login to OWA and test if the issue has been corrected



This article applies to the following products:
     Messageware CalendarShare 2003

     Messageware CalendarShare 2000