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Displaying SSL seal on Exchange 2007 OWA login page

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We just purchased a ssl certificate for our Exchange 2007 OWA.  When I received the certificate, I also had the option of downloading a seal for display.  My question is this..........is there any problem displaying a site seal on the OWA login page?  

I know where to edit the file..............C:\ProgramFiles\Microsoft\ExchangeServer\ClientAccess\Owa\Auth and logon.aspx.
I have been able to successfully put in static information on the page; however, the seal uses javascript.  When I placed the <script> in the header, and then called it right before the </body>, nothing displays and I get a javascript error in the status bar.

I wasn't sure if there was a problem calling another javascript inside an OWA logon page.  My main concern is that OWA works.............this is purely for aesthetics.  If you guys think that there is going to be any problem introducting more javascript into this page, I will just leave it alone.
Any thoughts?
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I can't help you for your problem, but one thing you must be aware is that you are likely to loose your personalisations after each microsot update.
Owa aspx pages arn't something you should try to modify too much.
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Thanks for your input.
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