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How to re-enable OWA on Windows 2008 SBS server

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I have a default install of Windows 2008 SBS server which was preinstalled on my Dell server. I had it on an IP address in a lab network and then deployed it to the department with its new IP address. Currently I cannot access OWA and I do not know if that is because of the IP address change or if it was even working in the lab as I had no reason to use it. Currently all the data is transfered to the server and it is operational. How dow I re-enable OWA on this server? In SBS 2003 you could go through the connection wizard but that does not seem t resolve the issue for me on this server in 2008.
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What happens when you go to https://<serverip>/owa? Are all the websites running? can you access other websites like http://companyweb on the server?
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I was using http:// and assuming it would change to https://, it didn't. System is running correctly. Thanks
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