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OWA 2000 FE Server Post-DMZ Move HTTP 500 - Internal server error

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I recently created an Exchange 2000 BE, OWA 2000 FE server structure - both of these servers were on the same subnet. After implementing a Verisign certificate on the OWA server, SSL security worked fine, and I was successfully able to access test mailboxes via https://servername/exchange.

Today, I moved the OWA 2000 server to a different subnet (ie, into a DMZ), and:

1.  Upon entering https://servername/exchange, I receive the security alert, indicating SSL is functioning.

2.  The authentication window appears - after entering the credentials and pressing enter, I receive the http 500 - internal server error.

What tweak am I missing?

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Question by:jaisbell
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When you moved it, did you restart it, or just change the switchport and IP address?

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Are  ports 80 and 443 open from the FE to the BE and from your client to the FE?  Does it work if you do it on the FE server itself?  How about on the BE server?

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