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  • Exchange Public folder management error

    Hi,
    I'm at my witts end with this.
    Have SBS 2003 sp1 (pdc) with exchange 2003 (v 6.5 SP2) , ISA 2000 etc .
    All of the sudden (i.e. Not exactly sure when it started, but has been fine for a number of years) when I go to manage Public folders at ..
    ...SERVER
    ...Administrative group
    .... First Administrative group
    .... Folders
    .... Public Folders

    I get error id c103b401 with the message " The connection was refused. Ensure that your HTTP Virtual servers are all started and check that the WWW service is running."

    I can still see Public Folders in OWA and outlook, and can see all the folder instances at..

    ...SERVER
    ...Administrative group
    .... First Administrative group
    .... Servers
    .... MYDOMAIN NAME SERVER
    .... First Storage Group
    .... Public Folder Store(MYDOMAIN NAME SERVER)
    .... Public folder instances

    I have Googled to death the issue and been through every syggestion I can find to no avail.

    Ive been through Technet Article and This one amongst others.


    The Virtual server IS running and using Standard ports 80 and 443.
    Ive deleted the Exadmin (and meta link) virtual and restarted IIS, WWW services and Exchange Admin services to recreate the Exadmin site.... No change.

    Tried binding the default website to the Internal (ISA) IP address, tried 'All Unassigned' ... no change.

    Please can someone offer some logic/suggestions to what is going on and more importantly.... how to fix!!!
    Thanks
    Andre

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    Re: Exchange Public folder management error

    No one got any ideas?????

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    • #3
      Re: Exchange Public folder management error

      Originally posted by geosys View Post
      Tried binding the default website to the Internal (ISA) IP address, tried 'All Unassigned' ... no change.
      Any chance of disabling ISA to test?
      I assume your bindings have the internal NIC as primary as well?
      cheers
      Andy

      Please read this before you post:


      Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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