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OWA Page change in Exchange 2010

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Dear Team,

I have 4 Exchange 2010 CAS server and need to set a change a new owa webpage.

Can anyone provide the details and procedure to proceed this task.

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Raj
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I have the below images and need to do only login and logoff webpage.

I pasted all the below imaged into under Resource Folder in Exchange CAS server.

After verifiying the page the middle login page is not loading and it still showing old owa page.

Also, i need to know for changing the login page, is there the below files are enough or still need more files. pls confirm
 
lgnbotl.gif
lgnbotm.gif
lgnbotr.gif
lgnexlogo.gif
lgnleft.gif
lgnright.gif
lgntopl.gif
lgntopm.gif
lgntopr.gif
logob
logopb
logopt
nbbkg.

2) Please confirm where need to be pasted the above files. i have exchange 2010 sp2 rollup 2.
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Depends on your software update but should be something like this



E:\Program files\Exchange\V14\ClientAccess\Owa\14.0.639.21\themes\base

Check out my second link.
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I have installed Exchange 2010 and Sp2 upgrade and rollup2.


So i have three below path like this and which one i need to replace this 13 files and where i need to be replaced. its under Resource folder or Theme folder.  I have small confusion about this, I feel the old logon images in under Resourse folder, so i think need to replace it to resource folder and not to in Base folder. Kindly confirm.

E:\Program files\Exchange\V14\ClientAccess\Owa\14.2.247.5\themes\base or Resource

E:\Program files\Exchange\V14\ClientAccess\Owa\14.2.298.4\themes\base or Resource

From the above path which one i need to be replaced the images.

Please note that i want to change only login and logoff page.
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It's under Base. Then you have to make sure to update the latest directory, in this case it's the 14.2.298.4
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I tried to paste the files under below path and Get the new login owa page.

C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\ClientAccess\Owa\)(Latest versions)\themes\resources

The below site which i referred

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee633483%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx 

Thank you for all your advice
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The site which i mentioned clearly about the signin owa page
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