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ECP Display Issue

ECP Display Issue

ECP Display Issue

(OP)
Ok, so I'm running SBS2011 with Exchange 2010 SP3 RU 8.2.

Both internally and externally I can access OWA with no issues, right up to the point where I try to edit the options. Although ECP is displayed, it's not displayed correctly, instead I get a list of links on the left of the screen, none of which will actually work, and the GUI that I should be seeing is nowhere to be found.

I've recreated the virtual directories, and even accessing the page directly from within IIS, I still don't see it the way it should be. Can anybody shed light on this as it's driving me nuts!!!!!

RE: ECP Display Issue

What browser are you using to access OWA?

RE: ECP Display Issue

(OP)
I've been using Chrome, IE11 and IE9 and Firefox. The same thing happens on all four of them.

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