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There is a problem with this Web page. Please contact the person who manages the server

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Hi,

Since a few days ago we cannot see the content of the share folder when we using the RWA.
But under the page we see this message "There is a problem with Webpage. Please contact the person who manages the server"
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by:WORKS2011
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Have you run the "Internet Connection Wizard" and "Fix My Network" wizard?
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by:WORKS2011
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also wouldn't hurt to run ipconfig /flushdns on the SBS2011 and any workstation failing to connect.
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by:Larry Struckmeyer MVP
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And review any errors in the event logs.. and run the SBS BPA.  then fix anything it finds.

www.sbsbpa.com
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by:xof64
ID: 37809662
Hi,
Thank you for all the help.

I try the tips but still no result.
I doesn't matter which browser i'm using or inside the network or outside, still the same error message.

Can it be a certificate issue cause we didn't change anything on the certificate?
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by:WORKS2011
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what happens when you run iisreset from a command prompt? are you seeing any iis errors in the log files.
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by:xof64
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no erros message.
only attempting stop
Internet services successfully stopped
Attempting start
Internet services successfully restarted
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by:xof64
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Hi,

But after running the SBSbpa the server was rebooting itself and the harddisk was not reachable.
So i had to restore the data back.
Also i had this strange thing a week ago when i was running the checkdsk and saw a lot of lost cluster.

I think i will have to reinstall the SBS fresh again.
What is the quickest way todo that after installing a clean SBS 2011?
I mean like exporting/inporting the users account/exchange mail/share folders?
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xof64 earned 0 total points
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Problem solve, it was an certificate problem.
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by:xof64
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Problem solve
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