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Outlook Web Access - Exchange Server ERROR: Local Security Authority cannot be contacted

Posted on 2004-08-21
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Every time a user tries to log into his mailbox through OWA (Exchange Server 2003), he gets the following error:

"The Local Security Authority cannot be contacted."

The users' mailboxes can all be accessed just fine from an Outlook client inside the network so it definitely appears to be related directly to Web Access.

HELP!
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by:Vahik
ID: 11866262
do u have ssl installed on ur web site?
do u require ssl for owa connection?
a bit more info is needed .
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by:FunkiNATEr
ID: 11866812
SSL is not installed.  Further, it has been discovered that any newly-created user logins can get in just fine.
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by:Vahik
ID: 11867389
what do mean by new?the ones having problem are they migrated?moved?
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by:alshahnaz
ID: 11867991
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by:FunkiNATEr
ID: 11870018
Already seen that and tried it.  No luck.
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alshahnaz earned 1500 total points
ID: 11870311

if you only have one domain controller, add one or more additional domain controllers to your domain. Make sure that the Net Logon service on the domain controllers is configured as Automatic and is started.
To do this, follow these steps:

Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Services.
Double-click the Net Logon service.
Click Automatic in the Startup type list.
Press OK.
If the Net Logon service is not running, right-click the Net Logon service and then click Start.

Shahnaz
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by:alshahnaz
ID: 11870320
if still not solved then u have to put

September 2003 Exchange 2000 Server Post-Service Pack 3 (SP3) Rollup

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