IIS 7 and Above
Application Request Routing (ARR)
reverse proxy for Exchange
Last post Jul 15, 2016 09:41 PM by Chris m
Jul 12, 2016 02:58 PM|Chris m|LINK
I have 2 servers, 1 windows 2012 r2 Essentials and 1 Windows 2012 r2 datacenter with exchange 2013 installed.
i have remote web access setup using a microsoft domain (xxx.remotewebaccess.com).
the remotewebaccess domain is configured on the essentials server and i have in the past had a reverse proxy setup which passed the exchange 'stuff' to the exchange server and left access to the remote web access 'stuff' on the essentials server.
how ever i recently tried office 365 for my email and deleted the config (i know i should of backed it up) and now im wanting to revert back i cant seem to get it to work again, i have tried all the sites i have tried in the past and nothing seems to work
does anyone know how i managed to do it orriginally or how i can do it now?
Jul 13, 2016 03:20 AM|Jean Sun|LINK
i recently tried office 365 for
Did you installed to Office 365 on the Windows 2012 r2 datacenter server?
cant seem to get it to work again
Could you please provide more information(error message, error log..) about this?
Jul 13, 2016 07:02 AM|Chris m|LINK
when I said tried office 365 I mean I used exchange online so no I didn't install it on the datacentre server, the datacentre still have exchange setup and working its just not been used.
and when I say I cant get it working, this is what my problem is.
originally I hade iis setup on the essentials server which was internet facing, using ARR, if a user was to type
https://xxxx.remotewebaccess.com/remote they were taken to the remote web access page on the essentials server, if the typed
https://xxx.remotewebaccess.com/owa or /ecp ect. they were taken to the exchange login page on the datacentre server.
I have managed to get the exchange side setup (https://xxx.remotewebaccess.com/owa ect.) but there is no access to
https://xxx.remotewebaccess.com/remote I just get a 404 error.
there is no other error messages and nothing in the logs, I do know it is possible as I have had it working before I just cant remember how!
Jul 15, 2016 08:19 AM|Jean Sun|LINK
Please take a loot at the following link, check if you missed some steps to setup reverse proxy.
404 error mean that the path you request doesn't exist, please check if you have related file in physical path.
You can Failed Request Tracing to get more error information about this.
Jul 15, 2016 09:41 PM|Chris m|LINK