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Exchange Server 2003 OWA Not working

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Hi,

This follows another post i had up, but after a clean load of 2003 Enterprise and a load of exchange 2003 sp2 I now cannot get OWA working.

All other features of exchange are fine, but i need to get HTTP over RPC running and dont want to finish that until OWA is working.

So far I have tried....

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=883380

and various other checks on IIS permissions, but no luck and suggestions would be welcome its driving me nuts!

I get prompted for username password and then page cannot be found error 404

Thanks.

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I will try this in the morning.

Thanks!
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Hi,

I tried this and it tells me I need to turn on SSL, I do not want to do this at this stage. It should work out of the box without SSL....

Thanks,
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Bingo!

Thanks lads!
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You're welcome :-)
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Arrgh,

I was a bit too quick, the outlook OWA logon page loads now but when I enter username / password it says page cannot be found.

error 404

:-(
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Does it work internally? http://server/exchange ?
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Nope, same thing internally :-(
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Have you tried this to make sure permissions are set correctly?:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/327843/en-us


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