OMA setup, exchange 2003 SP2. Single Exchange Server without front

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Jason Blake

Hi Guys

Im having difficutly getting OMA working proply in a Single Exchange 2003

SP2 server Envrionment. With SBS wizard seems to create an exchange-oma

folder.

I dont have this in my IIS only a OMA folder. Is this folder still needed in

a non SBS environment ?

I have OWA with HTTPs working fine. Im gettiing lots of EVENT id 1503 error

messages in the event viewer "An unknown error occurred while processing the

current request:

Message: The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.

Source: Microsoft.Exchange.OMA.ExchangeDataProvider....."

This occurs whenever i GO to https://servername/OMA. The browser displays a

message of " A System error has occurred while processing your request.

Please try again. If the problem persists, contact your administrator."

Ive checked various articles etc with no luck found.

Can anyone help

thanks
 
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Lee Derbyshire [MVP]

"Jason Blake" <JasonBlake> wrote in message

news:470301B3-6593-4CA3-9FBA-ED1DC300E349@microsoft.com...
> Hi Guys

> Im having difficutly getting OMA working proply in a Single Exchange 2003
> SP2 server Envrionment. With SBS wizard seems to create an exchange-oma
> folder.

> I dont have this in my IIS only a OMA folder. Is this folder still needed
> in
> a non SBS environment ?

> I have OWA with HTTPs working fine. Im gettiing lots of EVENT id 1503
> error
> messages in the event viewer "An unknown error occurred while processing
> the
> current request:
> Message: The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.
> Source: Microsoft.Exchange.OMA.ExchangeDataProvider....."

> This occurs whenever i GO to https://servername/OMA. The browser displays
> a
> message of " A System error has occurred while processing your request.
> Please try again. If the problem persists, contact your administrator."

> Ive checked various articles etc with no luck found.

> Can anyone help

> thanks


If you require SSL on your OWA (and most people do), you will need to do

this:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379

Lee.

 
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