We have discussed most of the options of the authentication tab back in Chapter 6, except the setting for the Outlook Web Access look and feel. This checkbox configures UAG to change its default visual theme to one that resembles Outlook Web Access. It does not change the whole server—just the Login page, Logoff page, System Information page, and the Error page. The purpose is to give users a nicer user experience in case your organization wants to publish OWA as a primary (or only) application. Notice that when you check that checkbox, UAG automatically changes the parameters on the User logon page line from
The OWA look and feel simply switches UAG to a different set of ASP files, which have ...