2003 SBS - seems to hang after logoff from RWW or OWA but not RDP?

Posted on 2007-08-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-21

As per title Server (new Dell Poweredge, OS installed on 10th July 2007, 4 users, no reboots for 20 days) allows connection to RWW and OWA, but upon logging out of these applications using logoff features, the server hangs for approx 2 minutes, then springs back to life. No reboots or log files.

Is there anyway to log the actions of these applications?

Question by:concept_it_wes
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    Accepted Solution

    hi there, you can check the lpogs for the IIS default website at this location:
    Have a look at the W3SVC logs for information on RWW and OWA access. Have you tried rebooting the server since the install? If not try this first and see if it resolves your problem.
    If it doesn't resolve the problem, re-run the CEICW wizard from the Server Management console in SBS and see if this resolves the problem.

    Hope this helps!

    Author Comment

    Thanks, seems to have solved problem!

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