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If you are using CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 version 1.x or older, please consult this User's Manual.

Credentials
There are three ways to authorise user to either manage remote connection to the server or replication of rules: Windows Authentication - current user and domain user or Exchange Rules authentication (Fig.1.).

Three ways of user authentication.
Fig.1. Three ways of user authentication.

In order to set the authentication method choose either Connect to or Replicate settings to remote servers from the program's main screen toolbar (Fig.2.). Then, choose server you want to connect to and next to the User field click Change... button to select the appropriate user (Fig.3.).

Choosing between connection and replication settings.
Fig.2. Choosing between connection and replication settings.

Choosing user for the authentication.
Fig.3. Choosing user for the authentication.

Windows Authentication - current user gives appropriate rights (depending on whether we are setting connection or replication authentication) to currently logged on user.

Windows Authentication - domain user grants rights (depending on whether we are setting connection or replication authentication) to the selected domain user.

Exchange Rules authentication gives authorisation (depending on whether we are setting connection or replication authentication) to the external user.

Besides the type of authorisation in order to make changes work, provide user name and password in an appropriate field of the Authentication and user credential form (Fig.4.).

Setting users name and password.
Fig.4. Setting users name and password.