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OWA with SSL doesn't prompt for username or password

Posted on 2008-10-26
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I have windows Small business server 2003, with OWA enabled.  I do have a certificate installed and when I goto open OWA externally it does acknowledged the certificate but then it doesn't prompt for a username and password.
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by:paulsolov
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clear your cache, you may have the username/password cached in Internet Explorer
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by:bigguyusa
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yeah I already cleared the cache
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paulsolov earned 1500 total points
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does it log you into the your account?  Try to login as local administrator or a different windows profile on your machine and see if it gives you the same results.
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by:bigguyusa
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It doesn't bring up the login screen at all.  I get the following message:  Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

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by:bigguyusa
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I fixed this.  I had to create a new certificate for web server.  It worked.
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