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Hello, on a SBS 2003, OWA is not working. The router is working fine, the ports are properly forwarded. Even when I try to open it local on the server it gives me that the page cannot be displayed. I restarted all the services of exchange. Checked the default web site - it is running. also restarted the IIS. No effect. Any advices ?
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Try resetting IIS permissions to their defaults. See here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380

I recommend doing it using Method 2.

HTH
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It works. Thank you
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