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OWA log in issues

Ho folks,
I have a client that has most of it's users logging onto to OWA (approx 20). Now when going onto the web address it is popping up with a little windows log in box. I have tried different users accounts yet still cannot log in or get past the log in box.
Any help is much appreciated.
Thanks
Olly
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ATIGCommented:
What did they see before? Forms page or just auth box?

What version of Exchange
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SensataAuthor Commented:
It's SBS2003.
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MarkMichaelCommented:
Hi

Has a new sort of firewall gone in between the server and the web?
Have you attempted using DOMAIN\Username as the format?

If this doesnt help, a little more info on what has changed recently please?
Thanks.
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SensataAuthor Commented:
My colleague reset the router this morning, it is a Linksys RV042 which i am not familiar with and as far as i can see i thought it to be a firewall issue on the router as they can send emails but not receive but the router is not as straight forward as others i am familiar with.
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MarkMichaelCommented:
Funnily enough, I run that router at home and at a few offices that we support. I quite like them to be honest. There is a firewall on the router which you are able to turn off and on as you require.

I can't see how it is the RV042 prompting the user with a login window. Do all users get the same page? Perhaps try restarting the IIS on the server, which should iron out any login problems. Any updates gone on the system recently?
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ATIGCommented:
You never did answer the question as to what type of prompt the user saw before?
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