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External access to companyweb on SBS 2003 after removing ISA

Posted on 2008-10-30
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While trying to troubleshoot a network speed issue, I removed ISA from our SBS 2003 Premium installation.  Now that this has been done, all external users can still connect to Remote Web Workplace (RWW) and Outlook Web Access (OWA) but while logged into RWW if the user clicks the "Use my company's internal Web site" link, a permission denied error is displayed.

This only happens for external access.  This happens with all users including the administrator.  I'm using Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) and do have ports 80, 443, 444, and 4125 open and pointing to the SBS.
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by:manicsquirrel
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By the way, I have already re-run CEICW with no effect.  I have also checked the website's config to make sure that all IPs are granted access.
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Usually happens if in the CEICW you chose one of the following:
You  select the Business Web site (wwwroot) check box.
or You click Allow access to the entire Web site from the Internet
Check those first.
Olaf
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by:manicsquirrel
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Neither were selected so I re-ran CEICW with Business Web Site selected.  No glory.  I did it again with it unselected this time.  Still no glory.
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It turns out that when I removed ISA it messed up the SSL cert.  I removed all the old certs, had a cert reissued for my cert authority and when I installed the new one the problem went away.

Thanks for being the only one to respond though.
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