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Changing OWA Logon Screen

Posted on 2006-11-22
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I am trying to modify a couple things on the OWA Logon page like it says you can do here:

http://www.vladville.com/articles/exchangesp2logon.asp

I have our Logo up where the the OWA Logo used to be right in the middle of the page above the un & pw fields. and its working great.

however, if i make any changes to the logon.asp all i get is a "404 login error" on the top right in a white page when i go to the owa web address. Even if i just make very small changes, like vlad says, changing "domain\username" to just "username" etc. just little changes in the text. Nothing else is edited.

when I use the edited logon.asp file, the owa page won't come up. i just get the error on the webpage.

Any Suggestions?
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What program are you editing it in?  You have to make sure that you save it using the same encoding and permissions.

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i'm just copying C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\exchweb\bin\auth\usa\logon.asp to my desktop, and changing the extension to .txt

then i open it, (of course it opens with notepad) where i change the words i want on the CONST's (CONST L_LoginButton_Text) etc.

then i save the file, and i change the file type back to .asp. then i rename the old logon.asp and i copy over the new logon.asp.

and it doesn't work.

But like you said the permissions.....that's what was wrong.

THANKS!!
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Well, you could have cut out a lot of steps by just making a copy of the logon.asp file right there in the same directory, and then opening up logon.asp with Notepad.  You don't need to change it to a .txt file to do that.

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