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owa do not show https://localhost/ do not display the site

Posted on 2007-11-18
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WINDOWS 2003 SERVER SP2.
EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER SP2.
EXPLORER 7
i keep getting the msg page can not be display no matter what at:

https://localchost/exchange
https://localhost

when I try http://localhost/exchange it says that I must use https.

I have the certificate correct installed. Owa was working fine till last week. The only thing I instaled was an GFI upgrade but I unistalled the GFI Mailesentials, the Antivirus and followed this to reconfigure the iis: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380 with no luck.



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Remove the SSL certificate.
Remove the setting to require SSL on the virtual directories and the site as a whole.
The run IIS reset. You need to get the server back to a working state.
I am surprised the reset of the virtual folders didn't work for you - that is usually successful for me. Did you set the require SSL option, as that isn't a default setting unless this is SBS.

Simon.
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by:zaldivar05
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I did it and the page is showing again, I will try to add the certificate again.
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All work again thx. the default site at iis had the require ssl active, so I think that was it.
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