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Missing OWA exchange

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I am missing my owa directory (exchange web) in IIS 6.0.  I have exchange 2003 and Windows server 2003.

I would like to establish web access for outlook.
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by:Kent Dyer
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I do believe that it is part of the install for Exchange and you will have to do a maintenance install/update where you choose the option for OWA and you can select the pieces/parts you want to enable/disable..

HTH,

Kent
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I did some research and found a way not to reinstall.  For some reason, my disk used deployment tools that did not allow me to change the install, or allow me to choose a custom install.  It would only perform a reinstall.  And because I was unsure if I would have the options later, I chose not to take the risk.

Here is what I did:

First I restored the missing default website using adsutil.vbs (there are options create and name the site).

then I chose method two in the MS KB at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380
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by:Sandy
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I was able to find a solution from Microsoft.
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