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Recreating Virtual Directories in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2010-11-10
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OWA is not working on a new install of Exchange 2010. This link:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff629372.aspx#EMC
Shows that there should be a " Reset Client Access Virtual Directory" option in the action pane. I dont have that option. Can someone tell me how I can reveal it. I am logged in as the domain admin will all rights to everything and am using the newest release of Exchange 2010 sp1.
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Anyone?
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Run the commands in order instead in Exchange Management Shell:

1.Remove -OwaVirtualDirectory -Identity 'Server01\owa (Default Web Site)'

2.New-OwaVirtualDirectory -InternalUrl 'https://<Server01><DomainName>/owa' -WebSiteName 'Default Web Site'

And you can set your external url for your owa virtual directory in EMS or in EMC, where it should read:  
https://Webmail.MyPublicDomain.Com/owa
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