Betrifft: Exchange Server, Operations Manager 2007
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is required on Exchange Server 2003 front-end servers for the Outlook Web Access, Outlook Mobile Access (OMA), and Exchange ActiveSync availability scripts to function. To verify that SSL is configured for each virtual directory, follow the steps provided in the "How to Configure SSL Monitoring" section of this guide.
Use the following options to help resolve issues related to monitoring OWA and OMA.
Make sure that OMA is enabled, which is disabled by default. To enable OMA, run Exchange System Manager. Click Global Settings, click Mobile Settings, click Properties, and then click Enable Outlook Mobile Access.
Verify the Test mailbox was created. The mailbox name is <backendservername>MOM. For example, Server1MOM.
Verify OWA functionality. On the front-end server, run https://localhost/Exchange/Server1MOM. The user name and password are the ones used when the Exchange Management Pack Configuration Wizard was run.
Verify OMA functionality. On the front end server, run https://localhost/OMA. The user name and password are the ones used when the Exchange Management Pack Configuration Wizard was run.
The Configuration Wizard does not overwrite the value in BEAccount if there is a value present. If you want to change the mailbox defined on your back end server that the front end monitoring script uses for logon tests, use the following procedure.
To change the mailbox defined on your back-end server
Run the Configuration Wizard, and disable front end monitoring to remove the value defined for the BEAccount. Close the Configuration Wizard.
Run the Configuration Wizard, and select the back end and front end servers that you want to monitor.