OWA Problem

Folks ,I just installed exch 2003 .Everything works fine & OWA also worked fine internally.I did some changes to allow OWA behind ISA 2006 am getting the following error:

Error Code: 403 Forbidden. ISA Server is configured to block HTTP requests that require authentication. (12250)

I was also doing some chnages to IIS on the exchnage server.Now i cant even have OWA internally.Pls assist.
Musafeer79Asked:
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lamaslanyCommented:
First you need to get OWA working internally before worrying about getting it working through ISA.

When you say you were doing some changes to IIS what was it you were doing?

Can you access OWA from the exchange server itself?
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Musafeer79Author Commented:
Changes i did to IIS was under directory security.Now I can access OWA internally.
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Musafeer79Author Commented:
actually OWA just works on the exchange server now.
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Musafeer79Author Commented:
anyone else would like to share their thoughts.
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