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By Curacao_Dejavu ·
I just installed OWA on a TSE 4 member server.
I used basic authentication to test it and it worked just fine.
I tried to switch from basic authentication to windows nt challenge response (which didn't work ), I switched back then and from that moment things got messed up.

When a person (test account 1) loggs in I he receiving the following message: Current Password Is About to Expire in 0 Days Message Using OWA
which is explained in ms kbArticle I Q236909

I tried that without any luck.
I even created a new domain account for that but it doesn't seem to work.

One more item to mention is that on the drive that exchange is install, the permission is set to everyone has list permission, domain admin has full control.Thanks for any suggestions

Leopold

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to implementing Outlook Web ...

It's been 4 days already that I have installed the OWA and still it's giving the error that the password is going to expire in 1 day.
However everything seems to work.

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by curlergirl In reply to implementing Outlook Web ...

Try this fix, it worked for me (it's from another TechNet article, Q262902:

1. Go to the C:\Exchsrvr\Webdata\USA folder.
2. Open the Root.asp file, and then edit it:
Look for the line that reads:
if cint(days) < 0 then days = 10000Change the line to:
if cint(days) < 1 then days = 10000
Save, and then close the file.

Hope this helps!

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to implementing Outlook Web ...

fantastic.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to implementing Outlook Web ...

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