OWA set up on Second 2003 Exchange server

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Please help.... I have been tring to configure owa access for my users on the 2nd new exchange box for a week and get redirected to the exchnage name instance with a login error .... any assistance would be great.
ASKED: July 20, 2008  3:14 AM
UPDATED: July 25, 2008  1:44 PM

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Take a look at <a href=”http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2003/exchange_2003_OWA.htm”>this article</a> and see if it helps you find where the problem lies. I would suggest you look into a front end back end scenario however as your best bet. You can read about that <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996980.aspx”>here.</a>

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  • Technochic
    Do you have a front end server set up?
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  • Dknox05
    No I just have a master exchange box and a member exchange box, the 1st box is access the owa just fine, I just dont know what to configure on the second one. I have a isa server in place along with a cisco pix but just walked into the existing setup up.
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  • Technochic
    Hey just a thought, don't you have to publish owa on the isa server? Have you done that with the second exchange server? I do not use ISA but I do remember reading about publishing OWA to the ISA server. I do not know if you can publish more than one servers' OWA or not, but if not then the front end/back end scenario would be your best bet.
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  • Robert Stewart
    I believ e Technochic is right the frontend backend is the way to go. I'm pretty sure you can only have OWA on one mail server.
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  • Technochic
    Actually each server has OWA and you can usually get to it by typing the mailserver name.domain name/exchange. However with an ISA server in the mix I know the OWA web page has to be published to the ISA server. With a front end back end scenario, the front end server handles all OWA requests and forwards the user to the appropriate mail server to get to their mailbox.
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  • Technochic
    The other advantage to the front end server is you can out your ssl cert on it instead of on each mail server.
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  • Labnuke99
    Actually the certificate gets put on both the ISA and CAS server.
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