Access OWA and another IIS Page on the same server

I have an Exchange 2007 server running OWA (on a Win 2003 Server). By default, when users browse to the host running the IIS/OWA they are redirected to the OWA. I have another page I want to run on the same IIS box but even if I explicitly set the URL in my browser I still get redirected to the OWA. Example:

https://my.serveraddress.com/mail   >  Gets redirected to the OWA address of:
https://my.serveraddress.com/CookieAuth.dll?GetLogon?reason=0&formdir=1&curl=Z2Fowa

and,

https://my.serveraddress.com/testpage   >  Gets redirected to the OWA address of:
https://my.serveraddress.com/CookieAuth.dll?GetLogon?reason=0&formdir=1&curl=Z2Fowa

How can I correct this? Thanks!
MgBoonsboroAsked:
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vishal_impactCommented:
hi
this is the login  screen which is by dafault is like this so you cant change tht
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MgBoonsboroAuthor Commented:
I don't want to change it. What I'm asking is if the server can use an additional page at the other location.
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vishal_impactCommented:
hmm of course just go to default website right click on it and select new site it will give you wizerd to create a new site
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Have you redirected the default web site to get its content from the /owa VDir?  Many people do this simplify the OWA URL for their users, but you cannot do this if you want the server to supply any other content.
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Oh wait, you can do the redirect if you use a Default.asp or .aspx page, instead of the usual IIS Manager method.  Just make the contents of the Default page (for classical ASP):
<% Response.Redirect "/owa" %>
or, for .aspx:
<% Response.Redirect("/owa") %>
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TWBitCommented:
I would create a new virutal directory for this page.  On the Vitural Directory tab of the Testpage application, set it to 'The designated directory' and supply your working folder.
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MgBoonsboroAuthor Commented:
I was able to add another SSL certificate on our ISA box which allowed me to do what I wanted to do.
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