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Access issues OWA 2013 UAG 2010 SP3

Posted on 2013-06-07
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Hi all,

Recently we migrated to exchange 2013 and configured OWA through UAG SP3. However when ever an external user attempts to log on remotely using the https://webmail.domain they see the error. You are not authorized to view this application.

I am thinking it's something to do with UAG SP3 right? A setting or something?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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check the application pool setting and owa service mapping in IIS. This will resolve your issue.

Cheers
SA
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You, sir are a legend!! Thanks heaps
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