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Exchange Server 2007 (OWA) - 404 - File or directory not found RRS feed

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  • Hello.

    We have two Exchange Server 2007 CAS servers in an NLB running on Windows 2008 Server SP2.  The symptom is that locally on server 01 we are unable to browse the OWA site.  We get the error -  404 - File or directory not found.

    On server 02 we do not get the error and can browse OWA.  As a temporary measure I have stopped the 01 server in the NLB.  Access to the OWA site via 02 only works intermittently however.

    I've posted the output from the cmdlet below:

    [PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-OWAVirtualDirectory

    Name                       Server                     OwaVersion
    ----                       ------                     ----------
    Exchange (Default Web S... DC-VHTCA01                 Exchange2003or2000
    Exchweb (Default Web Site) DC-VHTCA01                 Exchange2003or2000
    Public (Default Web Site)  DC-VHTCA01                 Exchange2003or2000
    Exchange (Default Web S... DC-VHTCA02                 Exchange2003or2000
    Exchweb (Default Web Site) DC-VHTCA02                 Exchange2003or2000
    Public (Default Web Site)  DC-VHTCA02                 Exchange2003or2000
    Exadmin (Default Web Site) DC-PEXCVS1                 Exchange2003or2000
    WARNING: Object DC-PEXCVS1\Exadmin (Default Web Site) has been corrupted and it
     is in an inconsistent state. The following validation errors have occurred:
    WARNING: You must set a DefaultDomain if LogonFormat is set to UserName.
    Exchange (Default Web S... DC-PEXCVS1                 Exchange2003or2000
    WARNING: Object DC-PEXCVS1\Exchange (Default Web Site) has been corrupted and
    it is in an inconsistent state. The following validation errors have occurred:
    WARNING: You must set a DefaultDomain if LogonFormat is set to UserName.
    Public (Default Web Site)  DC-PEXCVS1                 Exchange2003or2000
    WARNING: Object DC-PEXCVS1\Public (Default Web Site) has been corrupted and it
    is in an inconsistent state. The following validation errors have occurred:
    WARNING: You must set a DefaultDomain if LogonFormat is set to UserName.
    Exchange (Default Web S... AH-VMX01                   Exchange2003or2000
    Public (Default Web Site)  AH-VMX01                   Exchange2003or2000
    Exchweb (Default Web Site) AH-VMX01                   Exchange2003or2000
    Exadmin (Default Web Site) AH-VMX01                   Exchange2003or2000
    owa (Default Web Site)     AH-VMX01                   Exchange2007
    owa (Default Web Site)     DC-VHTCA01                 Exchange2007
    owa (Default Web Site)     DC-VHTCA02                 Exchange2007

    Appreciate some guidance on steps to resolve the error.

    Thanks.

    Monday, September 2, 2013 4:54 PM

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