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anyone know why exchange 2003 OWB doesn't work??

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i just setup exchange 2003 on windows 2000 server, but OWA doesnt works,,

here is a capture of the screen
http://38.118.143.95/exchange.jpg

how to fix that????
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by:OneHump
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Does this happen on all machines and browsers?
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by:smantha1979
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i am sure its not my browsers problem, because i had tried to connect to other server, and it works.
i had tried to use other computer to connect to that server too, but stilll doesn't work
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by:smantha1979
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still doesn't work :(
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by:Vahik
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Is the other server also an exchange 2003 on a widows 2000?If so just compare the settings in iis and virtual
directories for read write execute to see if they match.
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by:smantha1979
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they all match,,, and i had even tried to reinstall exchange 2003,,
right now i can't even connect to OWA,, great!
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by:OneHump
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Been out sick... sorry.

Why can't you connect to OWA?  What happens?

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by:smantha1979
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just can't connect to exchange,, and i search on the web, i found out that might be davex.dll file, then i go to exchange's virtual dir in IIS and del the davex.dll mapping, the it doesn't work, not sure did i mapped back in correctly,, because when i try to map it back, i have to quote around the location,
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by:smantha1979
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right now, when i try to connect to OWA, after i type in my username and password in the pop up window, and press enter, it comes up with "The specified module could not be found. "
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That's not one I've heard of.  I wonder if the metabase is corrupt.  Can you do a system state restore?  I might suggest uninstalling/resinstalling IIS and then reinstalling Exchange.  Only do this if you are not in production.  I'd hate to see an outage caused.  :)

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