certain users can logon on owa while others cannot

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I have searched and searched and cannot find an answer to my problem. We have Exchange 2003 with front-end and two back-end servers. The users of one of back-end server can connect to owa while the other users who theirs database are stored on the other server back-end can not logon... they receive the "Make sure your domainuser name and password are correct, and then try again" error. I did try going to the AD account, security tab, advance, check the "inherit" checkbox after reading a thread from someone else with a very similar problem. This did not help, even after giving it time to replicate. If anyopne out there can help, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
ASKED: December 15, 2009  10:26 AM
UPDATED: December 15, 2009  3:02 PM

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Check your second back end server and make sure pass-through authentication is enabled.

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  • Moms1020
    Hi technochic, In my both back-end server the "Basic authentication (password is sent in clear text)" and "Integrated windows authentification" are enable.... what should i do ??? PS: my front-end server is on DMZ Thanks
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