sus web page not working

Posted on 2006-04-27
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
i have windows 2003 server and i installed AD,Echange 2003,ISA 2004 on that server and decided to install SUS. but after install SUS and try to accee  SUS admin page i can't its given me can not access this web. OWA is working fine but SUS admin Page is not working???   can u help me???
Question by:raedf
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is OWA running on the same server?  did you use a non-standard port for one of them?  are you running SUS or WSUS?
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I would recommend installing WSUS as opposed to SUS. WSUS is much better, you can download it here:


In the setup, WSUS will give you the option of installing on port 80 or on port 8530 should you have port 80 being used for web or OWA use.  hth
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Jay_Jay70 earned 2000 total points
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Hi raedf,

its just your permissions on the sus web page, you need to change it to windows authentication

this is standard with SUS on 2003 server

open up IIS, navigate down to you SUSadmin page and under properties you will find windows authentication

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i'm using sus and isa 2004 ( listen on port 80) and exchange 2003 and sus installed on one server 2003 and owa is working fine but when i try to access sus admin page it ask for user name and password after i wrote it and click ok its given me cannot find the page.  
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did you go and check the security options i mentioned above - this happens with me every install of SUS i do with 2003
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just in case you are still stuck i think that setting is under the actual SUS webpage under IIS, properties, and from there you have to look under security and then enable windows authentication

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