IIS 5 & IIS 6
Last post Dec 19, 2008 01:00 PM by tomkmvp
Dec 19, 2008 12:22 PM|JaCaBrBeSu|LINK
I am no Exchange pro, so be nice. After about 30 hrs OWA will go down. I am new at my job so this has been gongon before me. My manager said he does not have the time right now to sit down and find the problem. I told him I would try and find a solution.
right now my manager is getting OWA back up by restarting the server every morning. I know. I believe there is obviuosly something amiss with IIS. I see no errors in event viewer dealing with IIS. There is a database to large warning every now and then.
I have tried Perfmon but cant seem to find anything to lead me to a certain area. My first request is of course any help that you could give me on this problem and secondly...can anyone get me a script that can restart IIS automatically without restarting
the server. The server is 2003 Standard..both it and Exchange are uptodate. I am a newbie so please be gentle.
Dec 19, 2008 01:00 PM|tomkmvp|LINK
We are gentle with everyone here, this is not a *nix forum ... : )
Anyway, to restart IIS every morning, just use Task Scheduler to run IISRESET at your desired time.
As far as troubleshooting OWA, you may get better help at