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SBS 2003 RWW login page.

I am bringing an old 2003 SBS out of mothballs,but after changing the IP address using the wizards and letting it configure my upnp router,going to the static ip address brings up OWA login page.
I want the usual RWW page as the default.


Any ideas on how to change back to  the default?
Microsoft Legacy OSSBSWindows Server 2003

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pgm554

8/22/2022 - Mon
Cris Hanna

What is the entire URL being used that results in OWA?
You can mask the real domain name if concerned
pgm554

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www.mydomain.com gives defaults to owa.

If I use www.mydomain.com:444 .I get webserver or if I use /remote,I get rww.
Cris Hanna

Some one has done some re-direction somewhere.  Whether it's at the Public DNS, Private DNS or IIS...hard to say.

Is the company's public website being hosted on this server?(you said 444 gets the webserver).

The default would NOT normally be www.domainname.com but rather https://remote.domainname.com (or mail.domainname.com...or similar)

I'd re-run the CEICW wizard.

You do get that this version is no longer on mainstream and soon to be off extended support, right?
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pgm554

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Just a box they had in mothballs brought back from the dead.

I have a few others that work without the remote,just the url.

I have plenty of NFR's laying around for 2008 and 11,but this was all ready built out,so it was just easier to patch and repurpose.
Cris Hanna

I'd just re-run the Connect to the internet and Email Connection Wizard(CEICW) in the SBS Console and you should be able to reset it back to "defaults" or the way you want it.
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