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OWA windows authorization

Exchange 2003 runs on windows standard server 2003.

Using OWA by windows authorization. And it works fine on most of users' PC(win 2000).

Problem: some of users still need to input their user name and password to logoin OWA(after they login their windows 2000).
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j98
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ikm7176Commented:
Did you checked the default permissions  on OWA folders in ISM.

Follow the links below

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Configuring_and_Using_OWA_in_Exchange_2000_Server.html
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=280823

Is problem related to few users on all machines ? or few machines for all users ?


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j98Author Commented:
few users on all machines ? or few machines for all users ?



Using windows authorization,

most users DO NOT need to input name and password again to access OWA after they login their windows.

a few users DO need to input name and password again to access OWA after they login their windows.
 
everyone have their own PC.
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ikm7176Commented:
Are the problem users able to logon to another workstation and check the OWA ?

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Rob_991Commented:
I take it your using SSL? I had a similar problem because I didn't have SSL setup correctly..
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j98Author Commented:
problem users ARE able to logon to another workstation and check the OWA
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j98Author Commented:
IE report Internet Explorer can not open the internet site http://servername/public/

The system cannot find the file specified
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j98Author Commented:
peoblem users got these information on their PC

IE report Internet Explorer can not open the internet site http://servername/public/

The system cannot find the file specified
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ikm7176Commented:
check the IE compatibility on the user machines
its the client problem or rejoin the pc to domain
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