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Think I got problems with OWA and IIS - 28.Jun.2002 5:35:00 PM   


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I've just installed Exchange 2000 on a new server and I screwed up
the OWA on IIS. I removed the virtual directories for the defualt web
site because we have multiple sites running and the IP for the domain
we get email from is different that that of the IP that the machine
is registed to on the the install of the Small Business Server.

I tried to rebuild the Exchange and Exchweb directories based upon
what I remember and what I could find on various websites.

However, I get a directory listing of the folders in the MBX folder.
I changed the authentication so Annonymous was no longer checked, and
now I get a prompt for user name, password and domain. I enter this
info, and get prompted again.

What I need to know is:

- What is the default settings for OWA in IIS?
- Is it better to reinstall OWA and if so, will that kill my Exchange
2000 settings I have now or can I just reinstall OWA in IIS?
- How do I create OWA for another domain that is setup in IIS?

I'm running SBS 2000 with Exchange 2000 SP2.

Hope my ramblings make sense, and thanks.
Chris J. Popp
Sharpe Technology Group
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RE: Think I got problems with OWA and IIS - 29.Jun.2002 1:12:00 AM   


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Just restart the Exchange services (or reboot the server) and Exchange will recreate any deleted virtual directories needed for OWA. Remember that permissions for the virtual directories can be specified both from within Exchange and IIS. The Exchange settings will have precedence over IIS though.

If you host multiple domains on Exchange OWA users will need multiple addresses to access a single OWA site. To create a new OWA site for a particular domain, just add a new virtual HTTP server from within Exchange.



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