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My owa is not working because someone went into IIS and made changes. When I go to my owa screen I just see the iis screen. Can someone tell me what settings need to be on all of the virtual directories so that I can get owa working again?
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Hi Can you give me a little more information so that I can help you, I have IIS/Exchange 2007 but not sure which information you are looking for so that you can copy my settings as it were?
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I just need all of the settings for the virtual directories as far as authentication, ssl, and redirect.
Meaning which ones are needed on which directory so that I can get OWA working again.
Changes were made to try to fix a cert issue and I don't know what all settings in iis for the virtual directories were changed.
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I'm sorry you are going to have to be more specific, I'm connected in IIS Manager on the OWA site, this is what I can see;

SSL - Require SSL ticked, Require 128-bit SSL, Client Certificate Ignore

Authentication
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I'm sorry you are going to have to be more specific, I'm connected in IIS Manager on the OWA site, this is what I can see;

SSL - Require SSL ticked, Require 128-bit SSL, Client Certificate Ignore

Authentication
IIS-Authentication.jpg
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Sorry am having a moment trying to upload
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Does that help?
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I need it for all of the virtual directories...
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like the default: auth, redirect, etc
owa: auth, ss;, redirect
All of the settigns for the virtual directories
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Here is a very clear step by step with references.
http://exchangeshare.wordpress.com/2008/07/16/how-to-recreate-owa-virtual-directory-exchange-2007/


Basically you would just remove the old directory then recreate then validate.
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The issue was that the cert when installed made changes to iis and had to be reset
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iis reset
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