Exchange 2010 ECP login The user name or password you entered isn’t correct.

Exchange 2010 ECP login The user name or password you entered isn't correct.

Exchange 2010 ECP login The user name or password you entered isn’t correct.

 A method used to resolve this problem was to change the authentication methods used by the ECP (exchange control panlel) virtual directory. The settings below worked. After they were applied, the user who had the correct permissions was able to login and manage their account and other user accounts. ECP-outlook-web-app-exchange-2010-user-name-password-entered-isn't-correct-authentication-setting

 Once the aauthentication settings for ecp were updated, the user was able to login through OWA by licking the options and see all options or directly using the ecp url.

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About pctechgo
Work in technology field, touch many types of technologies from Exchange servers, to Citrix XenApp, virtualization like vmware, xenserver, MS hyper-V. Install servers, server apps, blackberry servers, networking hardware like Cisco switches routers, ASA firewalls, Sonicwall firewalls, and of course all levels of Microsoft from AD, DNS, to even desktops.

2 Responses to Exchange 2010 ECP login The user name or password you entered isn’t correct.

  1. Jeff Cheah says:

    In my case this setting was already set and was not the reason for this problem. The issue was that the default AD domain was set for OWA while not done so for the ECP so for users that logged in with just their username they would see this error message. After setting the Basic Authentication for ECP virtual directory to default to our domain the passthrough was able to occur.

    • pctechgo says:

      There are multiple causes for this error and for others there are many causes. This was merely a post of of the causes, a possible alternate solution for some people with the same error seeking a solution.

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