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Posted on 2002-06-26
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I have OWA setup for exchange 5.5, but only users with administrator rights can log into to the server via web interface.  I have checked IIS security settings and it's supposed to be set up according to windows security settings, but when a normal user tries to log in, they are denied access.  Please advise.
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Open User manager for domains from the Exchange server computer.Locate the setting "Log on localy" assign this setting to the users which have mailboxes on Exchange.
You can ssign this right to the domain users.
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This is a Windows 2000 Active Directory Domain.  Any idea how to do this in 2K?  Thanks!!!
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With Exchange5.5 OWA on Windows2000, you can still have this issue.  The bottom part of this KB article explains how to resolve:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q301428

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