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i have setup a new Server 2008 r2 and exchange 2007 r2. i cannot get owa to work i am using II3 7.
i am receiving error 503.  what can be causing the user to get this error when they try to access the owa  site.  they can get to the site but cannot logon?
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by:prudog
ID: 33520518
thank you need help with new exchange 2007 and iis 7 setup.  cannot login on the owa url. error 503
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by:andrewjones1987
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Are you using https://servername/owa ???

Are the mailboxes definately mounted, have a look in the Management Console???
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by:prudog
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yes user account is mounted
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by:prudog
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yes the mailbox are mounted
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andrewjones1987 earned 500 total points
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whats the path to owa your using??? is IIS running??? try going to:
Start > Run > CMD  and type iisreset   and press Enter.
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by:prudog
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Error: Unable to locate the open procedure "OpenIPSecPerformanceData" in DLL "D:\Windows\System32\ipsecsvc.dll" for the "PolicyAgent" service. Performance data for this service will not be available. The first four bytes (DWORD) of the Data section contains the error code.
how do i correct this error
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by:arnold
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You have a configuration error.  You may need to add D:\Windows\System32\ipsecsvc.dll to the authorized list in IIS 7 configuration.
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by:prudog
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corrected the problem
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