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ActiveSync and OWA no longer working on Exchange Server 2007

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Last night, we did 21 windows updates to our exchange server 2007.  After the updates were done, our OWA and active sync for windows mobile devices no longer work.  When the computer rebooted, I noticed that there was a warning:  Event ID 5013, Source WAS.  I do not know how to resolve this issue.
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It seems that is IIS related. Have you checked that all services are running, and maybe reset IIS Admin and its dependencies?
Check this out for more: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd364271(WS.10).aspx
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All services are running.
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Anyone have a solution????
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How about the application-pools on the IIS servers...are they running? Any other warnings?

Can you access the default web-page from the IIS servers?
Can you access the default image file from the IIS?

What is the status of the IIS Logs for the .htm and image file access.
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