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Exchange 2010, OWA, page cannot be displayed

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Environ: Server 2008, Exchange 2010 with OWA.  When my administrator account hits the OWA, it get the OWA login.  Once login credentials are supplied, I get a page cannot be displayed error.  

The UN/PW are correct.  I can remote into the network.  Exchange seems to be working.  The account is mail enabled.  It use to work.  Where do I start for troubleshooting?

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Cliff
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Start by opening your IIS manager, go to the OWA site and open Logging options, see where IIS is storing logs and see if there is anything particularly incriminating in there.
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