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OWA stopped working. says Page cannot be displayed.

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Hi,

We are currently running on Exchange 2007, suddenly for some strange reason, OWA stopped working, it says page cannot be displayed.

Can someone please help, fix this issue
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Question by:AndyMayock
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by:kchat
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Can you access the owa internally?
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madhusk earned 125 total points
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Hi,

you can try the following.

Logon to Exchange server, open IIS, browse the OWA Website and check if you are able to browse the site.
If you are not able to browse the OWA, logon to the CAS Server, restart/start the WWW service and the issue should be fixed, if you still have the issue, please share the event logs that will help identify the issue.
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by:AndyMayock
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I have restarted the www service on the CAS server and the owa is working fine.Thanks
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by:AndyMayock
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Great, one shot fixed the issue
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