Is CF encountering the same underlying prompt, even though a
certificate is used?
Indeed, that is what's happening. From previous questions and answers
on these forums I seem to remember that ColdFusion can't do
transparent NTLM authentication (IE 7 is sending your authentication
data to the server "behind your back" so the server knows who you
Search the forums because I remember this problem has been discussed before.
Thanks, Mack. Since that post I'm now able to connect to the .asmx page w/o a certificate issue. I do have to specify a valid domain username and password in a structure which is an argument to CreateObject(). I had to adjust security settings of the IIS virtual directory to allow Basic Authentication and specify our Windows domain and realm.
But now there's a new issue: I'm receiving error messages "Name: https://myServer.my.domain/EWS/Exchange.asmx. WSDL: https://myServer.my.domain/EWS/Exchange.asmx. It is recommended that you use a web browser to retrieve and examine the requested WSDL document for correctness, including a missing service element." and "Cannot locate an API in the generated service class that returned the right interface for web service invocation." I've poured over the WSDL file and tried specifying various methods I see but I always receive the same errors. Perhaps it's my inexperience w/ reading WSDLs...or this isn't possible.
I've scoured these forums and the web for any references to invoking Exchange's web services via CF but have found none. Surely I can't be the only one who's tried.