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Small Business Server and Exchange

After updating SBS 2003 to Service Pack 1 and updating Exchange i can no longer access my server remotely. I used to be able to use the server static ip address and access the remote server logon page. I also cannot access OWA any more. for example ipaddres/remote and ipaddress/exchange no longer work. Can someone please help?

Also when i am logged on at a client pc i could put the local ip address of the server and access the default company web sites where i store all of my documents and lists for my staff. That no longer works either.
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murgroupCommented:
In IIS make sure the websites are enabled, then look at the application pools and make sure they are enabled.
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
the websites are enabled and show running. can you please explain the application pools. not sure what that means.

is thiis common after a SP update?
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modcon_mvarisCommented:
Have you tried re-running CEICW (Connect to Internet Wizard) on the SBS server, don't change your settings, just re-run the wizard.
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murgroupCommented:
Just above the wesites you will see a folder called application pools. click the plus sign next to it and make sure they don't have a red X. Also run the internet connection wizard again from the server management console. If that does not work open a command prompt and type iisreset.
Can you access the site internally? https://servername/remote or exchange. How about opening ie internally and typing companyweb?
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
sorry i am actually not at the office right now. I am heading back in a little bit and will try that. thanks. i will reply back
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
by the way i am new at experts exchange. this is my first day so if there is any proper procedures please feel free to let me know or correct me in any way
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
i did the iisreset. the only computer that can access the http://companyweb is the server

check the pools and they are running
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murgroupCommented:
Did you re-run the CEICW (Connect to Internet Wizard) from server management like modcon suggested? 90% of the time that will fix connectivity issues. If that does not work we will need more details about your SBS setup.
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
i got it to work. i needed to configure one lan card for intranet and one for internet. i guess sp1 had some extar security. i had 2 post and didnt know who to give the pts to so i did e-ne-me-ne-my-ne-mo.

tx for ur help
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marvgkAuthor Commented:
tx
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murgroupCommented:
Thanks for the points marvqk. I appreciate it. If your ever in doubt always split the points. That way everyone goes home happy.

Cheers,

Brad
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