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Outlook Web access SSL

By Gr@ndcri ·
Any idea why I can't access Outllook web access after I setup SSL.
I got the error <<This page cannot be displayed>> If I don't use the
<<HTTPS>> I get the <<The page must be viewed over a secure channel>>.

If I unchecked Require Secure Channel its starts working with regular HTTP.

Thank for your help.

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by Gr@ndcri In reply to Outlook Web access SSL

Point value changed by question poster.

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Outlook Web access SSL

Where did you get the certificate from? Your own Certificate Authority server or a thirty party CA eg GlobalSign?
SSL certificates on IIS must have a private/public key pair to work correctly and have a valid certificate path to the CA (ie the CA certificates are installed and upto date).

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Im with PJ

by CG IT In reply to

If it's an internal certificate being used, you should get a warning of unsigned certs in the browser. Until you install the cert, the browser won't display the SSL page as PH said. The keys have to work.

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by curlergirl In reply to Outlook Web access SSL

Need more info. Are you accessing from inside or outside your network? Are you seeing a logon box first or not? Do you get any kind of message to accept a security certificate? Which web site directories have you set to require SSL? Have you made sure that the SSL certificate is correctly installed on your network?

Hope this helps!

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Hello?

by TheGooch1 In reply to

Did you ever resolve this issue?

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Worked for me

by themickster In reply to Outlook Web access SSL

Had exactly the same problem. Turned out to be a problem with my home made certificate. This is what eventually fixed my problem and enabled https:

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Creating-Certificate-OWA2003-SelfSSL.html

It was alot less complicated than setting up my own CA.

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