I just bought SharePlus for the Mac and want to connect to a Sharepoint which authentication is managed by MS Forefront.
Unfortunately no authentication method works.
As this kind of functionality is clearly stated as being supported in the Mac App Store I was wondering what needs to be done to get this up and running.
Thank you in advance.
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Have you tried Web Login? It should pop a window in which you input your credentials as if you were in Safari.
Is it TMG or UAG?
Looking forward to hearing from you,
I tried Web Login already but the popup window does not disappear after I logged in successfully. I guess the login credentials where not recognized correctly.
I need to click on cancel to get back to the application instead. Of course the login data won't be kept because of that.
Before you begin, there are a few things you need to know:
TMG has to be deployed in an edge configuration, with at least one network adapter connected to the Internet and configured for the external network in TMG and at least one network adapter connected to the intranet network and configured for the internal network in TMG.
The TMG server has to be a domain member in the Active Directory domain forest that contains your Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 server. The TMG server has to be joined to this domain to use SSL client certificate authentication, which is used for authenticating inbound connections from SharePoint in Microsoft 365.Deploying TMG 2010 for use in a SharePoint Server hybrid environment in a back-to-back configuration is theoretically possible but has not been tested and may not work.
TMG 2010 includes both diagnostic logging and a real-time logging interface. Logging plays an important role in troubleshooting issues with connectivity and authentication between SharePoint Server and SharePoint in Microsoft 365. Identifying the component that is causing a connection failure can be challenging, and TMG logs are the first place you should look for clues. Troubleshooting can involve comparing log events from TMG logs, SharePoint Server ULS logs, Windows Server event logs, and Internet Information Services (IIS) logs on multiple servers.
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I hope this helps!