Looking for feedback for new monitoring and notification tool

Hi we just released our cross platform Cluster and Systems Management tool for OS X. It runs natively and can generate reports and send notifications on many different services and system data.
Please check it out. It should make any sysadmins life a lot easier: http://www.bixdata.com/

Hi Dore,
According to your description, I understand that you want to set Integrated Windows authentication(IWA) for internal client access, Forms-based authentication(FBA) for external client.
If I misunderstand your concern, please do not hesitate to let me know.
As you mentioned, we can create another virtual directory and configure different authentication with different website. More details about
Configuring Multiple OWA/ECP Virtual Directories on Exchange 2010 Client Access Server, please refer to:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/01/17/configuring-multiple-owa-ecp-virtual-directories-on-exchange-2010-client-access-server.aspx
“Microsoft strongly recommends OWA and ECP virtual directories in the Default Web Site be configured for IWA, leaving the InternalURL as with the default (Server FQDN), making that site and virtual directory the target of proxy requests from other Active
Directory sites or delegated connections from the firewall.
Microsoft recommends creating the second OWA/ECP virtual directories in a new IIS web site with a different IP address, and using it for internal client access. By default the new virtual directories will be FBA-enabled, and have no internal or external
URL values.”
Best Regards,
Allen Wang

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