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Posted on 2011-03-18
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My OWA logon page is missing the radio options to select "private vs public" computer. I was curious how do you get those to show up? I found the HTML code in the logon.aspx that references the radio buttons and the HTML code looks like it should work.


<td><input id="rdoPblc" type="radio" name="trusted" value="0" class="rdo" onclick="clkSec()" checked>
<td><label for="rdoPblc"><%=LocalizedStrings.GetHtmlEncoded(Strings.IDs.ThisIsAPublicOrSharedComputer) %></label></td>
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What browser are you using?  Trying connecting to OWA with IE - see if it shows up.  The exchange webservices work best with IE.  Inno firefox and crome are great, but MS optimized it for their browser.
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using a Fully patched IE8
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