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  • Refresh Virtual Directory After OMA Change

    I have followed the instructions on an article by Petri regarding OMS and Active Sync not working with FBA on OWA. It basically recreates a Virtual Directory and makes a regedit change, Quite Simple - artice here http://www.petri.com/problems_with_f...activesync.htm

    On the KB Article I read this....

    Note If you are running Microsoft Small Business Server 2003, the configurations that are described in Method 1 and in Method 2 in the "Resolution" section are automatically configured during Setup. If you are receiving the errors that are described in the "Symptoms" section on Small Business Server 2003, run the Configure E-Mail and Internet Connection Wizard. The wizard should help you reconfigure the /Exchange virtual directory and forms-based authentication to work with Outlook Mobile Access and with Exchange ActiveSync
    The problem is I have bridgehead servers so I can run Email and Interner Connetion wizard so I can't complete the last part - stopping the solution working, Any ideas?

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    Re: Refresh Virtual Directory After OMA Change

    Bridegehead servers? Do you mean frontend servers? Or something else?

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      Re: Refresh Virtual Directory After OMA Change

      Its a FE server - but when I try to Email and Connection Wizard as suggested by the MS Article it wont allow me too becuase it say "Can't be run on a bridge head server".....

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        Re: Refresh Virtual Directory After OMA Change

        If you have a frontend server then the article does not apply.
        There is no problem with FBA being enabled on the virtual directories if you are using a frontend server.

        Simon.
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