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Cannot connect to the Webserver (owa)

Posted on 2010-08-16
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Hi,
We have 1 DC windows 2008 R2 and a exchange server 2010.
We had just done an upgrade from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010.
Everthing went fine and i also could login to the webserver(OWA).
Until we export the SSL certificate from the exchange 2003 and import to exchange 2010.
After restarting the exchange server 2010, we could not connect from local of from outside to the OWA.
Getting an message from the browser "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"
I have check the IIS manager, all de application pools is started.
Registry "IIS admin Service" is also started.

But stil i cannot connect to the webserver and i also got a this error message in the browser from exchange server 2010 it self.
I'm wandering what i'm missing here?

I hope you guys can help me?


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by:Shabarinath Ramadasan
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Do you have an ISA Server in between?

Cheers
Shaba
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by:xof64
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No ISA Server.
from the Firewall it goes straight to the Exchange server
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by:Shreedhar Ette
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What is the URL you are using to access the OWA?

Have you updated the Exchange 2010with latest rollups?
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by:xof64
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Hi,
this is what i've been using.
https://webmail.companyname.nl/owa

It was working fine after the migration till i import the SSL certificate and reboot the server.

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Hi Guys,

It's solve.
Problem lays in the IIS Manager.
in the Default web site, i also need submit  in the bindings section, the SSL certificate.

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