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Last week I have changed my administrator password. Yesterday I had to reboot my Exchange server and now the IIS sevice is not working for OWA. Login problem. Where should I go to change the setting to make it work. The error is :

''Config Error Can not log on locally to c:\inetpub\wwwroot as user benmor\administrator with virtual directory password  ''
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Question by:jpmoreau
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Satya Pathak earned 500 total points
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Looks like permission issue , which version of exchange you are using .
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You may want to check the identity that the IIS AppPool running as and add it to the ACLs of the path in the error message.

What version of IIS?

Dan
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