Those articles accomplish EXACTLY what I want to do, if I was using ISA 2004. However, I am using ISA 2006 and those files do not exist. I need to change the page format and add the script to automatically insert the domain name.
Sure, I can mess around and replace images and some text strings, but our business area is all about matching the entire "look and feel" with the rest of our websites. I can't do that without access to the actual form HTML.
Can anyone tell me the name of the actual file that supplies the OWA logon form? It use to be logon_MSIERich.htm in ISA2004. What is it ( and where is it ) in ISA 2006? I have tried editing every .htm file in the \CookieAuthTemplates\Exchange\HTML directory, restarting the firewall service, and none of the changes show up on the main logon form.
Did they roll the form up into the CookieAuthFilter.dll so we don't have access?
Thank you for your help. This has been driving us crazy.
Just for reference, here are the files in \CookieAuthTemplates\Exchange\HTML:
badrequest.htm blockattachment.htm cancel.htm chpwd.htm chpwd_msg.htm chpwd_msg_strict.htm chpwd_strict.htm error.htm logon_dialogredirect.htm (Thought this or the next one would have been it, but no) logon_redir.htm logout.htm logout_smimecap.htm pcode.htm pcode_nxt.htm pin_sys.htm pin_us.htm pin_user.htm pwd_pcode.htm pwd_pcode_nxt.htm redirect.htm showsys.htm usr.htm usr_pcode.htm usr_pwd.htm usr_pwd_pcode.htm