Access Policy Manager (APM) requires an Exchange profile to support Microsoft Exchange clients. An Exchange profile is specified in the access profile attached to the virtual server that handles the traffic from Exchange clients.
An Exchange profile specifies service settings for Microsoft Exchange clients. Based on the settings, Access Policy Manager (APM) identifies the client, authenticates the client and, when an SSO configuration is specified, provides SSO.
In an Exchange profile, you can specify settings for one or more of these Microsoft Exchange services:
For Microsoft Exchange clients that are configured to use NTLM, you must include an NTLM authentication configuration in the Exchange profile.
An Exchange profile is specified in an access profile.
A machine account
An NTLM Auth configuration
At least one Kerberos SSO configuration
You associate the access profile with the virtual server so that Access Policy Manager can apply the profile to incoming traffic.