A client's Unity 2.3.x system seems to have been infected last week, and as a result the Unity Admin pages have been defaced and are unusable.<br><br>We have installed the IIS patch, but what is the best process for reloading the Admin pages, hopefully without losing any of the configuration.<br><br>Thank you,<br><br>Brent<br><br>
Follow the instructions in the posts on this forum that explain how to clean up the infected files and back doors left behind by virii such as Sadmind, CodRed, and Nimda, and then run Unity setup to replace any web pages that were removed as part of the cleanup. This should not affect the actual database settings as they are stored in Exchange, not IIS.
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