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    Exchnage 2007 OWA

    I'm seeing a significant slow down in response from OWA since a migration to our new VM hardware. ActiveSync and Outlook themselves seem ok tbh but OWA is a real PITA. What should I look for as a root cause for this?

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    Did you do a conversion from the physical box or a proper migration?

    What OS is exchange sitting on?

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    Windows 2008 R2, just moved the VM from XenServer 5.5 to XenServer 6.0?


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    Oh right i see, i thought you meant from Physical to Virtual.

    I am not sure why it would be slow then, i dont know allot of XenServer.

    I didnt think Exchange 2007 was supported on 2008 R2?

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    Sorry it's on Server 2008, I'm been messing with R2 so much ive been on automatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Oh right i see, i thought you meant from Physical to Virtual.

    I am not sure why it would be slow then, i dont know allot of XenServer.

    I didnt think Exchange 2007 was supported on 2008 R2?
    Exchange 2007 is supported on R2 from SP2.

    Are there any errors in the event logs regarding IIS or Exchange? Does the server think Physical hardware has changed such as network cards etc? (I don't know much about Xen so could be wrong).

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    If you're using Exch 2007 then that isn't supported, I would upgrade to SP3 UR7 and then perform checks again.

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    try running test-owaconnectivity and post output.

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    [PS] C:\Windows\System32>test-owaconnectivity -URL https://externalname/owa -MailboxCredentialget-credential domainname\myaccount)

    WARNING: column "Error" does not fit into the display and was removed.

    ClientAccessServer MailboxServer URL Scenario Result Laten
    cy (m
    s)
    ------------------ ------------- --- -------- ------ -----
    https://externalname Logon Success 1738.
    /owa/ 17



    [PS] C:\Windows\System32>test-owaconnectivity -MailboxCredentialget-credential
    domainname\myaccount)

    WARNING: column "Error" does not fit into the display and was removed.

    ClientAccessServer MailboxServer URL Scenario Result Laten
    cy (m
    s)
    ------------------ ------------- --- -------- ------ -----
    internalemailservername https://internal Logon Success 3379.
    servername/owa/ 34


    [PS] C:\Windows\System32>
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    Sp? UR?

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    Pardon?

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    Service pack and update rollup. We are after the exact version you are running.

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    Need info mentioned above.



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