Exchange 2010 ECP page problem

Posted on 2012-03-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-01
Hello Experts,

 I have a SBS2011 server that was migrated from SBS2003.

I had everything working except the ECP page from OWA, users would be returned right to the logon page when they clicked "Options - Set automatic Reply"

 I have figured out the permissions that were causing it, however now it looks like my ECP page / directrory is corrupted.

 Now when I click automatic replies it takes me to a page, I just can't read the page.

 I have removed and recreated the ECP virtual directory multiple times using shell and EMC and nothing is working.

I have run c:\windows\system32\LODT /r

Essentially I have tried everything that I could find on the Net and EE

This is the page I get :
Ecp page received
I get this page connecting externally, internally or by typing from the server itself.

If anyone has any Help it would be greatly appreaciated.

PS. As a sidenote Re-installing the server is not an option.

Question by:runleveltech
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Expert Comment

ID: 37789958
In IIS Manager, did you configure HTTP Redirection. If you configured HTTP redirection on IIS Manager,  please non configure it. And test ECP web again. Note that when you change settings on IIS Manager, you need to restart IIS (iisreset command in RUN) to take it effect.

Author Comment

ID: 37790007
No there is no Redirection configured

Accepted Solution

Bopheak earned 500 total points
ID: 37794298
which version of exchange server 2010 that you use (RTM, SP1, SP2)?
if you use RTM, should you upgrade it to Exchange Service pack 1?

Is it still the same error?

Author Comment

ID: 37794417
Exchange 2010 SP1 RU6

I'm going to arrange a downtime to upgrade to SP2 and see if that fixes it.

Author Comment

ID: 37916311
SP2 upgrade resolved the issue

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