No, leave the virtual directory mappings the way they were installed.
When a hit comes into the webdata directory, it processes a new
session using the global.asa file that is there. If you look in that
file, you will see it mention the usa directory. So don't worry, it
will pass you through.
As far as the access forbidden problem, I would double check
permissions on the directory. (Maybe you should start with a
clean install of exchange since you may have accidentally
modified the install). If it still does not work, repost with
permissions information on your install and I will try to help
you from that angle.
>Thanks for your reply. I am running sp2 and iis3 with ASP and its working
>fine with Crystal Reports and other ASP stuff. I reran install right after
>the upgrade and installed the ASP stuff. I reinstalled all after it didn't
>work at first. I think I have done all the right things in the right
>order, but it appears that it is in the wrong directory. Either that or
>the mappings are wrong. How many exchange mappings do you have in the IIS
>manager? If I change the mapping to point to the usa subdir where
>login.asp and the others really are, they still don't run. I get an error
>box saying it can't open login.asp. Its path is correct. I am befuddled.
>> A few things could be wrong. First, make sure you have SP2 installed,
>> will upgrade IIS to version 3 and allow ASP. Second, make sure that you
>> have ASP installed on IIS, you can download it from www.microsoft.com/iis