How do I find OWA logon page so I can edit it on my OWA server? 500 points

Posted on 2007-07-31
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Our Exchange server that is running our OWA has a custom page when you login. It just has a Logo and and then the User name and Password fields. My company has decided that it wants to add the disclaimer to the logon page under all the current content thata shows up on this page.

How do I find this page so I can edit it on my OWA server? I think this page may not be the defualt page so it might be named something else. how can I find out?  Is there an easy way to do this?

Question by:tabmpierce
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Accepted Solution

The_Kirschi earned 1000 total points
ID: 19604569
Here is what you need:


Search for "Customize the logon page".

Hope this helps.

Assisted Solution

sparkofgenius earned 1000 total points
ID: 19604577
please take a look at this link


please note you need to be using forms based authentication for this but i assume you are.


Author Comment

ID: 19643319
We we don't do it the standard way apperently. We are hosting the pages off an ISA server that does special calles to databases.  you guys were right about how most people would do this so I am going to split the points for you guys.

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