Post by AllenM
I think you may need to put out a distress call to Susan Bradley. An MVP
who is very talented and knowledgable with SBS and Exchange. In SBS 2003
all you really needed to do was rerun the CEICW to fix your OWA problem.
Now with SBS 2008 it's not quite that simple. however I would have thought
that if you were able to successfully run the Fix My Network it would have
resolved your problem. I got one more suggestion that should assist you and
that is to run the Exchange BPA also. that is located in the Exchange
Management Console under Tools. Repost this and in the field mark Attention
Susan Bradley. she is a frequent visitor here in this NG and is always
willing to help out with her expertise. Good luck.
I'm not sure of the total ramificaitons with reinstalling IIS on an SBS
(whatever version) machine, because there are other features and apps that
use it, but specifically for Exchange, check out the following article.
However, keep in mind, you will have to remove and reinstall the CAS role.
How to remove and to reinstall IIS on a computer that is running Exchange
Server 2000, 2003 and 2007
Also, take not, the following is quoted from the article:
"If you have to reinstall IIS on a computer that running Exchange Server
2007, you must also reinstall Exchange 2007. This is to restore links to IIS
that provide Outlook Web Access functionality together with other
Exchange-related Web services such as the Availability service."
I'm just trying to point out that it is a time consuming event and requires
a bit of diligence to complete it.
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Ace Fekay, MCT, MCTS 2008, MCTS Exchange, MCSE, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSA
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