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OWA schedule

Posted on 2013-11-10
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I cannot access OWA on our small business server during nights and weekends.  I looked at the Firewall settings and cannot seem to find anything set as far as a schedule.  I just took over as the Network Admin so someone prior to me set this but I cannot find where it is set.  Any thoughts?
Question by:rmacjanco
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by:Steven Harris
ID: 39637751
Have you checked User Logon Times (Hours) in Active Directory/Group Policy?
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by:Blue Street Tech
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Hi rmacjanco,

What make/model is your firewall?

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ID: 39638658
ThinkSpaceSolutions - I did check the User Logon Times in AD (see picture)

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ID: 39638662
Diverseit - The Firewall is a Cisco RV120W

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rmacjanco earned 0 total points
ID: 39690477
I ended up having to update the Exchange software.  Once I did this I have not had any problems since.
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by:Blue Street Tech
ID: 39690891
I'm glad you got it taken care of. .. sorry been out for the holiday.

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ID: 39702878
It is the correct one.

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