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Cannot click any part of page - 20.Oct.2010 3:44:00 PM   


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Newbie here, first time poster but long time watcher! I'm currently running Exchange 2010 and allow staff access to the email through OWA. Internally we have Windows 7 Enterprise clients that are fully patched. Exchange does not currently have SP1 installed but we are having problems clicking onything within the OWA.

We utilise SSO but when staff open OWA, they cant click on anything. Staff see their inbox but cannot select any emails, links, calendar etc. The work around we have discovered is to refresh the page by pressing F5

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RE: Cannot click any part of page - 21.Oct.2010 10:01:16 AM   


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What version os IE are you using?

When you say SSO i take it you have implemneted the NTLM authentication as opposed to the Forms Based Authentication mode.

Have you tried another browser such as Firefox to see what happens?


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