Customizing OWA:Exchange 2007

Posted on 2011-03-14
Last Modified: 2012-08-13

We already have customized OWA for Exchange 2007 SP1. Now we are planning to move the CAS role to a new server(Windows 2008;Exchange 2007 SP3). What is the procedure to move if not create the OWA on the new server which has CAS role.
Question by:navin_peddi
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Glen Knight earned 500 total points
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You would need to install the new CAS role, once done you can copy the customisation from the C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Client Access\OWA

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I tried doing it but it didnt work on my test bed machine. after doing this do I need to make  any changes on the IIS or do I need to re-direct the OWA to point to the new one!!!
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by:Glen Knight
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You will need to restart IIS, but if you browse to the server itself https://servername/owa you should see the customisation.

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Thanks for the information.

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