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setting user acess to ECP in Exchange 2010 OWA

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I am convinced now that no one can access ECP in OWA becuase of permissions- where do you setup user rights and access to ECP for exchange 2010 OWA
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by:e_aravind
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what is the error message @ the IExplorer screen
- any other details at the application-logs
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by:ahmedabdelbaset
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Hi,
Did you make any user migration or move or modify any permission?
Regards,
Ahmed
 
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by:endital1097
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you should run
set-ecpvirtualdirectory ecp* -basicauthentication:$true -windowsauthentication:$true

then go into iis manager, default web site and select the ecp vdir
open authentication settings
ensure that anonymous is enabled
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by:funkyone60
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editi all- how do I undo those changes?  I get the login page but it takes me to 404 page- when I put those settings in it said I must make the same changes to the owa vd- which I did- now i can access the site
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by:endital1097
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to undo change the $true to $false

post the results for
get-ecpvirtualdirectory | fl
get-owavirtualdirectory | fl
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by:ahmedabdelbaset
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Hi,
go to Exchnage console >Server Configuration>Client Access in right hand side ; check Authentication tap on ECP and configure it same as Outlook WebApp (owa) authentication.
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by:funkyone60
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here are the settings now- I have not changed anything back yet
ecp.JPG
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by:endital1097
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those settings look good, did you compare to the owa vdir to ensure they matched

owa by default has fba enabled
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by:funkyone60
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owa before changes back
owa-pt-1.JPG
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by:funkyone60
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before changes back
owa-pt-2.JPG
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by:endital1097
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they both look proper, the 404 is page not found

did you go into owa and try the options?
look in the iis logs for the /ecp entry
there should be more info for the 404
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by:funkyone60
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what should the virtual directory default setting be?  after I ran those 2 commands about seeting the virtual directory it stopped running pass the login page
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by:endital1097
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are you getting a blank page?
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http 400 after login page
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