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SBS 2008 RWW and OWA not working

I am having a problem with an SBS 2008 server.  OWA and RWW are not working.  I am just getting this page cannot be diplayed.  I can not view it internally or externally.  It doesn't event work when I try it right form the SBS server itself.  Any help would be greatly appriceted.
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Hi ComputerConcepts,

First starters, review this link and apply the fixes tried here.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956196

On the off chance that something may be a miss (and basically to eliminate) try the following from your exchange server:

1. Browse to ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS
2. Click on Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
3. Right Click on the Mail Server, then select NEW TASKS, then RESTART IIS.

Report back with what you've found after.

Regards,
Nick

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Philip I will give that a try tonight when I wont distrupt bsuiness.  Nick, The link did not help and restartimg IIS did not help ether.  I have tried it a few times.  I have gone into iis manager and looked over things and don't see any issues although this is kind of new to me.  companyweb does work fine.


Thanks,

Aaron
When trying to access sites on the server it seems to be the secure sites that are not working.

Thanks

Aaron
Whose SSL certificate are you using? The self-issued SBS one or a third party?

Philip
seft issued
If you browse to http://serverip/owa or https what happens?

I usually have more issues with companyweb that the other two.

Make sure these sites are up and running in the sbs console.
Reran the internet address wizard over the weekend and now it works great.  Thanks!!
A GoDaddy cert can be found for less than $14 per year.

To eliminate much of the hassle of working with a self-issued certificate it is a good idea to use a third party trusted certificate.

Philip