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HTTP 400 bad request

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hello i had purcahsed and install an SSL Certificate for my OWA
the ural is https://mail.mycompany.com

it works good acepting the ssl i beleave beacuse i do not get the Cerrificate error page anymore
but now after correcty imputing my loging credentials i get HTTP 400 Bad Request page...

i have to restart the exchange 2003 server in order to make it work....
i do not understand why ....

please any sugestions ?
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Is the server working happily now after the reboot, or are you still having the problem?
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by:NetLock
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Yes it works ok after restart eventhough I tried it back yesterday after reboot and I got it again, checked the microsoft exchange serviceS and all where running
After a while I tried it the https://mail.mycompany.com
And it worked I noticed that I first get the authentication. One gets when no form based authentication is need it and after input the credentials the form based authentication appears so I have to imput 2 times my credentials to log in.
any ways could this be due to the newly ssl from NSolutions ? Or is it something else?
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e_aravind earned 250 total points
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If needed you can check the response of the OWA\server by using
http:\\mail.mycompany.com\exchange URL

> You many need to unselect "Require SSL" from the "Default Web Site" and\or "Exchange" v.directory for the above testing.

>> Are you having the Back-end server too?
If yes, from the "Exchange System Manager", can you check if the server-objects permission tab has got the "Allow inheritance" permission selected.
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by:NetLock
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Yes a restart also make it work.
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