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OWA not working internally or externally on exchange 2007 machine. All was well, but it doesn't work now.

We only updated the ceritificate for SSL on this machine, but i can't imagine that would cause a problem, especially internally.  Please help  THanks.
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ATIGCommented:
Can you provide more details please....

Ex 07 and an internal external url setting and if you changed the cert you need to update that informtion as well.

What happens when a user tries to access OWA?
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kamleshgwalaniCommented:
Check the IIS logs too
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
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ATIGCommented:
what has changed..... if you remove the cert can you access the server?
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
let me check
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
how do i go about removing the certificate?
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ATIGCommented:
IIS--> Security Tab--> follow the wizard
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
it was removed, and had no effect
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ATIGCommented:
1. have you veried its name in DNS?
2. have you restarted IIS
3. have you modified IIS in any manner minus the cert?
4. you can verify the /owa etc.. directories exist
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kamleshgwalaniCommented:
event viewer will be helpful here...please check that...are u typing in ur browser this way

https://exchange.organisation.com/EXCHANGE

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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
Not finding anything in the event logs, and I set up a test virtual directory and was able to get to that, which microsoft said was key in determining whether the problem related to IIS or to Exchange.

Any other ideas guys?  This is urgent.
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
please close this thread.    found the answer.
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kamleshgwalaniCommented:
Please highlight what was that
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QuiteSupersonicAuthor Commented:
re-installed IIS and re-installed Client access role, and all was well after that.
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Vee_ModCommented:
Closed, 500 points refunded.
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