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Hi, We are using SBS2000 with two Nic,ISA and exchange. I am trying to use OWA from outside. After I've followed How do I configure OWA with SSL article http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=83 I could not access OWA from outside. I am using staticIP/exchange, the error 404 page comes out. I can access OWA internal and the SSL seems to be working also from outside. What did I do wrong?

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Did you make sure that the firewall is allowing 443 traffic through? Once the SSL is installed the system will use port 443 as opposed to 80.

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  • Maanoi
    In SBS ISA is the firewall and by creating the rule, port 443 supposed to be open. Any one could correct me, thanks.
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  • Petroleumman
    Hello, Based on the information given, if you have confirmed that firewall settings are open to allow traffic on port 443 but you are still getting 404 errors when trying to access OWA, the next thing I would recommend is that you check the permissions in IIS which govern the OWA website. Your going to want to make sure that you have the Grant Access permissions set to allow outside computers access to the site. A 404 error can be generated because a site is locked down and preventing access just as well as an inaccessible port. Good Luck!
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