RE: Exchange Front End and OWA

  • From: "Spelt, Martijn" <M.spelt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 15:47:06 +0100

what kind of authentication do you use on the second site?
with firewalls, ms-chap wouldn't work because on most firewalls the rpc 
channels are closed.

Martijn Spelt
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-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Kerman Jasavala [mailto:Kerman.Jasavala@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Verzonden: donderdag 9 januari 2003 14:56
Aan: [ExchangeList]
Onderwerp: [exchangelist] Exchange Front End and OWA

Hi All I hope someone out there can help.
We have recently installed a new Exchange 2000 server to act as a Front end 
server primarily for OWA.
I need to make the OWA site available to two different networks that are 
protected by different firewalls, with two different names.
Both sites need to be secure and provide the clients with the ability to change 
their passwords as well as accessing the mailboxes etc.
I have carried out all the necessary steps and the default web site works fine.
I then created a second site and copied the necessary configuration etc, 
however on the second site the change password facility does not work.  I 
receive an HTTP 404 error.  As a method of testing we have created a test html 
page under the iisadmpwd directory but we cannot access this either.
Is there a setting that I've missed?
Any help would be appreciated.
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