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Exchange 2010 OWA not working

Posted on 2013-05-24
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Hi guys,

not sure what happened but all of a sudden we are unable to access OWA. when I try to access it I get to the username and password screen but once credentials are entered i get to a page with the following error message:

The website cannot display the page
 


 HTTP 500
 

Most likely causes:
•The website is under maintenance.
•The website has a programming error.
 
I have tried doing an IISReset. Please help.
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by:Slav Zabicki
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what do you actually type in the address bar?

https://yourserver.com ??
or https://yourserver.com/owa ??
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by:Slav Zabicki
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did you tried to access your owa from different computers?
please clear cache in your computer browser and try accessing it again.
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by:vmagan
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I tried several machines. It has to be something on the exchange server.
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Slav Zabicki earned 2000 total points
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go to services on the server and check
Microsoft Exchange Forms-Based Authentication”
should be on
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by:vmagan
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That fixed it. Thanks. Nice and easy!
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by:Slav Zabicki
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ok no problem
take care
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