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OWA working externally via the FQDN ie https://remote.companyname.com.au/exchange but not internally

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I have an SBS server which I have enabled OWA.  I am able to access OWA externally via the FQDN ie https://remote.companyname.com.au/exchange but I can't use the same address internally.  I just get the page can not be displayed.  However internally I can use https://servername/exchange.  I would like to be able to use the same FQDN name internally.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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It fails because you are trying to access an internal resource, locally and the server cannot route it correctly.

The best option is to create a  Forward ZONE on your DNS Server for remote.companyname.com.au

Then create a new A record in this zome with a blank name entry, and put in the IP of your local SBS Server.

Then, when clients connect to https://remote.companyname.com.au/exchange, they will connect on the Local IP and not the external.

You may also need to add remote.companyname.com.au as a Header in IIS on the Default Web Site

-BBRazz
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Thank you very much that did it.

I created the new Forward Zone for companyname.com.au
Then created a blank Host (A) record with the IP of the SBS server
Then I also created a new Host (A) record for remote also pointing to the SBS server
I can now access remote.companyname.com.au internally



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I appreciate your assistance very much.  Thank you for taking the time to answer the question.

iJules
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