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OWA Loads Frames after login but says "The Page Cannot Be Displayed"

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When logging on to OWA the site asks for the user credentials and then loads the frame and says "The Page Cannot Be Displayed" in both frames.  I tried some of the things in another article on here but that one actually said "Page cannot be found."   I have tried everything Re-creating directories, permissions, and nothing seems to have any effect.  Would love some ideas or help on the situation.

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Jonathan
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what version of exchange? Is this a front-end and Back-end server setup?

It sounds like an IIS  permissions issue.

For 2003, these are the permissions necesary:

Check the authentication on the IIS manager for the Exchange virtual directories:
/exchange
/exchweb
/public
/exadmin

All should be basic and integrated ONLY.
In addition, /exchweb should also have anonymous access. No others should have anonymous.

That should fix the mutiple login prompts.

For the other issue change the default domain and default realm in IIS Manager for the /exchange virtual folder to be your domain.



AH-Exchange01
      Exchange
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Integrated Windows Authentication
            Basic Authentication
            Default domaoin (PLEX)
      
      ExchWeb
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Enable Anonymous Access

      Public
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Integrated Windows Authentication
            Basic Authentication
            Default domaoin (PLEX)

      EXAdmin
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Integrated Windows Authentication
            

AH-OWA01
      Exchange
            Execute permissions (Scripts only)
            Basic Authentication
            Default domaoin (\)
      
      ExchWeb
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Enable Anonymous Access

      Public
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Basic Authentication
            Default domaoin (\)

      EXAdmin
            Execute permissions (NONE)
            Integrated Windows Authentication
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