Posted on 2005-04-19
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
Here is the deal:  I just upgraded our exchange 2003 server to a new server with new hardware.  What i did was installed windows 2003 standard and joined the existing domain.  Then i installed exchange 2003 and joined the existing organization. So now i have two servers under the first administration group.  After all that was done i moved the databases from the old server(server3e) to the new server(server3).  after moving them i removed the connection from the old server(server3e) and ran on server3.  anyway everything works great except for OWA. when i connect from either internal or external network i get a logon box.  I then proceed to logon and all looks great.  Then it loads some graphics and then stops. I will try to get a picture here if not then go to WWW.BIGDESSERT.COM/OWA.GIF.  everything worked great up until yesterday when i did this switch.  Anyway i tried to compare all the settings between the two servers and they seem to be exact.  <img src=""> please let me know what i can try. Thanks, Tim.
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