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I am able to access my OWA site via http address with no issues.    When I require SSL in IIS and enable http redirect.   I am receiving a error Forbidden access is denied.     If I type in the full address: https://mailserver.com/owa.   I am able to get to login screen but can not login.  All ports are open on firewall.   Any ideas.  Thanks in advance.
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by:jboyle00
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After I disable require SSL on default web page and OWA.  I am able to login via https with no problems so i am not sure if it is a redirect issue.
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by:Malli Boppe
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This is what I have used int he past for http to https redirect

http://briandesmond.com/blog/redirecting-owa-urls-in-exchange-2010/
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Thanks I will try this later this morning.
Jon
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I have tried both articles but am unable to access the site via ssl.  When just typing mailserver.com/owa I get forbidden access is denied.    If I type https://mailserver.com/owa.  I get to login page but can not get any farther.  If I disable SSL on owa.  I am able to login via http and https:
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Malli Boppe earned 1500 total points
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You probabably need to reset you Virtual directores and reconfigure them and then use the above link to configure http redirection.
Also do you use ISA or TMG in your network
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by:jboyle00
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I am still unable to get this working.  All articles above did not work. Any other ideas?
Thanks
Jon
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Still an issue.  Any other ideas.
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