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owa and remote web workplace not working after sharepoint 3.0
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Sharepoint Server or Sharepoint Services?
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which  version of small business server are you running?  2003?
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yes 2003. And we installed sharepoint 3.0 for small business server. it has to run along side 2.0.
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Have you tried uninstalling it?  does that fix it?
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not yet. was hoping to use the 3.0 features of sharepoint.

when i installed I made sure to not use 80 or 443 to interfear with owa and activesync.
Very fustrating.
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You have to restore from backup because you replaced default website of IIS.
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PS everybody does it at least once, welcome to the club.
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why wouldn't they document that you will break the built in functionality of SBS by installing one of there own products?

I don't get a new default iis page I get no page found and activesync to the phones also has stopped working.

I can restore but just seems like there is something else.
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uninstall, then download and run the sbs bpa...fix everything it finds...then try the side install again
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whats sbs bpa?
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www.sbsbpa.com  pick the sbs2003 version  Best Practice Analyzer tool
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