OWA or RWW login redirect

Ok I’m pretty new to web development so please bare with me, but I have created a page that contains a “one stop shop” for all of our employees. It basically is a site that has all the links for what the employee needs on it.. A couple of the links are the OWA, RWW, and a public shared calendar. IE: www.xxx.com/public/xxxcalendar which uses OWA login then goes to the public calendar. Now here is the issue, when the user goes to the site and clicks on the OWA, or RWW, or the calendar links they are redirected to the OWA, or RWW FBA to login. What I want to do is take that login out by using either the OWA or the RWW FBA login page to login the user to the “one stop shop page” to begin with, that way the user allready has the FBA cookie cached and then when they click on OWA or RWW they have already been “authenticated” and it opens up OWA or RWW or the Public calendar whatever one they click on. How can I do this? I’ve searched all over the net and played with the RWW and OWA login.asp pages and files. (I did create backups prior to this) But I have had no luck, is there a way I can copy the RWW login.asp and all of its files and edit them to redirect to the “one stop shop” page rather than the actual RWW page?? The users are pretty annoyed with the multiple logins.. The “one stop shop” page is already authenticated with WIA prior to it even opening.  Please help!
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I don't believe this is possible for the following reason.  If I log in to OWA and then in another tab I access RWW, I am again prompted.  The two use different security.  Likewise if I access the public link to my companyweb on port 987.  If I close any of those connections and re-open them without having closed IE I don't get prompted for the password since it is still cached.


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swthpk32Author Commented:
I was working with it last night and was able to put the page in client.aspx's place and it was working.. But then I found out what you just said.. BUT if you link outlook via the loadowa.aspx it works without needing to reauthenticate. Now my only issue is having it do the same for the public calendar. I couldnt find any scripts to load the public exchange calendar like the loadowa.aspx
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