SBS 2011 RWW/OWA not working externally and Internally

we are not able to connect over the web and internal network.

1. I have Reboot the server
2. It was working before i rebooted the server
3. I have check all services are working okay
4. When rebooted the server with no error
5. i have disabled the firewall
6. when type:
            C:\>netstat -anp TCP | find "443"
                TCP    0.0.0.0:443            0.0.0.0:0              LISTENING
gremaf0430Asked:
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deibelCommented:
Please rerun the connect internet wizard and the set up internet adress.
The discover network problems wizard under network/connectivity in the sbs console might be a good try as well.

Did you change anything in iis- or exchange-console without using the sbs wizards?

Are there any error in the event log?

Regards,
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gremaf0430Author Commented:
nothing was change on the exchange server. the only thing was done rebooting  server
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deibelCommented:
I mean not only the short time before reboot. I mean kind of "since server setup"

Did you rerun the wizards? They nearly fix everything in that context

Please also specify 'not able to connect'
What message do you get in your browser
What url are you using?
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deibelCommented:
Ah and....you were working bfore reboot
What did you do?
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gremaf0430Author Commented:
i just run the wizard and ask me to attach the certificate remote and resolve the problem... thanks for your help
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deibelCommented:
no worries, glad i could help!
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