Change OWA link in RWW for SBS 2003

We previously had Exchange and SBS on the same system but in the process of uprading to Exchange 2007 we moved Exchange to another server.  Now the link on Remote Web Workplace does not work.  Anyone know how to update the link to point to the new server?

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David_CitrusAsked:
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GISCOOBYConnect With a Mentor Director of Information TechnologyCommented:
Without an SBS 2003 machine, I can't pin down the exact file or setting that needs changed. One other possibility would be to add a DNS entry for the https://domain/exchange (or modify an existing entry) to point to the new Exchange server. This won't make certificates happy, but should work anyway.
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GISCOOBYDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Does this point you in the correct direction? http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/MS-SharePoint/Q_22863753.html. Within those described files, I think you are looking for the section with the information for "HTTPS://SERVERNAME/EXCHANGE" if I remember my SBS 2003 correctly.
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David_CitrusAuthor Commented:
It's close, I think :)  The files described in your post do not include the links that are part of the standard RWW build, at least from what I can tell.  The aspx does reference a file in the header:  'Codebehind="client.aspx.cs"'.  I have tried searching for that file but cant seem to find it.
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GISCOOBYDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
I don't have an SBS 2003 box to verify this information, but found from searching the following keys that may include the links for OWA:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SmallBusinessServer\RemoteUserPortal\KWLinks HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SmallBusinessServer\RemoteUserPortal\AdminLinks
I found this info on the site "http://www.sbsfaq.com/?tag=remote-web-workplace" under the sectioned titled Adding CompanyWeb to RWW on SBS 2003 Premium.
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David_CitrusAuthor Commented:
Those links are just switches whether those components should be enabled or disabled.  I've tried doing a search in the registry for where the path might be hardcoded and didnt find anything using 'Find' in regedit.
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