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Posted on 2015-02-21
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I am running a  Small Business Essentials server  2012 R2 with a Virtual on premise Exchange 2013 server
I get the attached error. when trying to use  the OWA url externally.

My exchange owa URL works fine Internally but externally I get the attached error.
Has anybody seen this error before ?


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by:Cliff Galiher
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What, more specifically, is your topology, and how have you configured access to OWA from the outside?
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by:thombie
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Ok.
I have a Small Business Essentials server  2012 R2 there is a wizard  that helps you set up the Exchange Interaction.
On the The SBE Server there is a Hyper -V running Exchange 2013 .  I have on external IP

SBE server  192.168.0.50
esxchange   192.1680.51
Using ARRconfig   the external  OwA  requested  should set up the SBE server as a proxy for OWA

"ARRConfig config -cert D:\Downloads\mail.pfx -hostnames mail.domain.com,autodiscover.domain.com" is the command I ran.
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by:Cliff Galiher
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You can't run hyper-v on essentials and expect things to work right. That breaks the networking stack in a few bad ways. You should run a standard server with Hyper-V (which I assume you have a license for to run exchange on) then run two VMs. One VM for essentials and one for exchange. That is a supported Microsoft configuration and hyper-v, anywhere access, and ARR won't be stomping on each other anymore.

As an aside, there is no "small business" in the product name. It is simply windows server essentials, or WSE.
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by:thombie
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Actually  I am running Standard server  with Hyper-v   with the essentials add-on  which is supported .
and I have all the licenses.
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Manged to get it working with a call th Microsoft support.
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MS fix.
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