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By nschneider ·
Hi.
I enjoyed reading Scott Lape's article about OWA. Had a couple of questions
about that topic.
1. How many clients can be simultaneously processed in an efficient manner
by one computer that has only OWA and IIS installed on it (not MS Exchange
Server)?
2. Concerning basic (clear text) over SSL authentication. What type of encryption is SSL based upon?
3. Regarding Windows NT Challenge and Response (NTLM). What type of
encryption is used for it?

Thank you.

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by McKayTech In reply to OWA

The answer to your first question depends on the server. A dual-processor box with lots of RAM should be able to handle at least several hundred concurrent connections.

The information I have from Microsoft is that SSL and NTLM both depend on RSA encryption (with varying key length).

paul

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by nschneider In reply to OWA

Thanks for the answer. I give 100%.

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