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Bad Request when logging in to Remote Workspace

Since my Exchange 2010 server was rebuilt by Microsoft I am no longer able to login to my Remote Workspace from anywhere.  I get to the login screen and enter my details then get a white screen with Bad Request top left.  I am connecting to a Windows SBS 2011.  The URL I have always used is https://remote.mydomainname.org, which when I login changes to https://remotemydomainname.org/owa/remote

I am able to access Outlook using https://remote.mydomainname.org/owa and this works fine.  I think this is something really simple but just cannot put my finger on the problem.  Unfortunately, since Microsoft remotely fixed my Exchange Server the I am unable to access the Shared Folder and Websites tab on my Server Console which would help.  Have tried all the fixes I can find but struggling.  

Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am not experienced in this area.  Many thanks

BTW Microsoft refuse to fix what they broke without me logging another incident costing me another £200.  Disgusted!
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Larry Struckmeyer MVP


Please check the event viewer for any related errors.  Try a clean boot with networking, check  IIS 7 to verify the default web site is running.  Then run the SBS BPA, fix anything it finds, then run the Fix My Network Wizard.

Hi Larry.  Thanks I have run the Fix My Network Wizard several times but will try the BPA fix when I am next on site.  IIS 7 is running but I am unsure about certificates.  I have tried issuing a new certificate but still no joy.

So your running a self signed as opposed to a 3rd party?
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
Larry Struckmeyer MVP

Oh, and if you have not already done so, restart the server at least twice.  It is amazing how many "issues" that fixes.

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Larry Struckmeyer MVP

Not to be too self-serving here, but "Experts" live for both the occasional "thank you" and for the points awarded for giving advice to solve problems.  If any of the answers above did help you, please award points to the Expert who helped.

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Larry Struckmeyer MVP

Just a bit of housekeeping.  You are meant to award points to the Expert who gives you the solution, not to yourself for following them.  However, it is your thread and you can award or not award as you see fit.  But after the next time you award yourself for following advice you may not get as many responses.

Sorry Larry, I didn't realise I had done that. I am new to the forum.  How do I award you points, it isn't clear anywhere that I should do that.