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Why does my Exchange 2013 Outlook Web Access Look like this

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Hi,
I have installed MS-Exchange 2013 on Windows Server 2008 R2. Everything was OK except all of the sudden the Outlook Web App changed from the new improved look to the one attached.


This is hapenning only with the administrator account. Other users get new OWA 2013 interface.

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You have opended Exchange 2013 outlook Web App light version and also not with IP address
Thats why it is looking like above and with certificate errors

You must have unchecked the premium client feature in outlook web app policy under user experience causing page turned to light version of OWA.

This is how you can apply OWA policies in Exchange 2013.
http://www.mustbegeek.com/configure-outlook-web-app-policy-in-exchange-2013/

Mahesh
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Thanks my hero
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