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OWA Forms Based Authentication

Posted on 2006-06-13
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Hi,

I've configured OWA forms based authentication, and set up ssl using a wild card certificate. I've published it using ISA 2004. I can log in to OWA using FBA but the images don't load up. What could stop the FBA images from loading?

Please help


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Please check the Internet Explorer's settings. IE - Tools - Internet Options - Advanced.

Thanks,
Amit Aggarwal.
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What settings in IE. I'm using IE 7 beta 2 for Windows XP with SP2
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Have a look at the properties of your exchweb Virtual Directory in IIS Manager.  On the Directory Security page, make sure that Anonymous Access is enabled.
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This is almost always a permission issue (which is common because Microsoft felt having a correctly configured server install was out of the question).
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Ok I'll give it try tonight.
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Hi Lee,

You were wright it was a permissions problem. I enabled Anonymous Access and know all the pictures are showing. Thanks so much for that
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