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    i'm using WIN2003SP2& EX2003SP2
    i followed MS KB 817379 and
    petri.co.il/problems_with_forms_based_authentication_and_ssl_in_activesync.htm
    after disabled FBA ,export& import the new VD and changed Registry value
    the only exception is that i didn't Denied access to my ip from IP address and domain name restrictions because it was given me "HTTP Error 403.6 - Forbidden: IP address of the client has been rejected.Internet Information Services (IIS)"
    now OMA redirect to exchange directory

    i realized that Default Web Site home directory was redirecting to /exchange
    i changed it to A directory located on this computer
    but still redirecting even after recreate the new VD
    Last edited by waael; 19th March 2009, 13:15.

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    Re: OMA redirect to exchange directory

    Undo what you ever you did for 817379, turn off FBA and remove the redirect completely.
    Then run IIS reset and test again to ensure that OWA works correctly.

    817379 has some flaws in it, specifically that if FBA is enabled when you do the procedure you bring the problem with you. FBA needs to be disabled with integrated authentication enabled on the virtual directory before you start it.

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    • #3
      Re: OMA redirect to exchange directory

      yes , i have already disabled FBA before any thing as described,
      the main problem for why i follow this KB is the original OMA gives me service unavailable even when browsing it in IIS , i think that because exchangemobilebrowseapplicationpool has a problem as i can see 1002&1009 errors
      - now after the save&recreate VD it redirect to OWA becaue VD directoy "\\.\BackOfficeStorage\salec.com\MBX"
      - i changed it to "OMA\Browse" and added oma.aspx as the first pages in documesnts tab but gives me service unavailable
      - i changed pool to Exchangeapplicationpool gives me "oma HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable"

      EX& AD in the same machine so kerberos is enabled by default )
      OMA configured to use ASP.NET to 1.1.4 . and default web site 2.0.5

      any help would be very appreciated

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      • #4
        Re: OMA redirect to exchange directory

        Reset the virtual directories to start with.
        http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=883380

        And do not change anything after doing so.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
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        • #5
          Re: OMA redirect to exchange directory

          Sembee, thanks for your reply
          i have read this before but I'm afraid to apply it because it could affect other Exchange VD , the only stopped service is OMA and Active SYNC so is there is any other way to recreate OMA VD only without affecting the other services

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          • #6
            Re: OMA redirect to exchange directory

            I usually recreate the complete set to ensure that everything is set to the defaults before I attempt to resolve the problem. Due to the way that EAS and OMA work, they do interact with the other directories.

            Simon.
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