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    Doesn’t look like it’s gonna be fixed any time soon, or that MS actually cares. Received updated Mail app files today, and now it’s broken again, same error as before, missing dependency files. Sigh :-(((


    nabberuk
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    Thanks for your feedback, guys. It looks like it’s more likely to happen to you if you have additional language packs installed, or use different display scalings, like 150% on the tablet screen and 100% on an external monitor. This is when the missing dependency files come into play. If you used only a single screen or consistent scaling across all displays, and had only English (US) language components installed, then you might not be affected.

    ​A few more apps have repaired themselves since a raft of updates was deployed on 4-Jun, but for example Calc and Store are still broken on my system. I agree with Blood that this is poor testing and QA, allowing app updates to go out that break the apps in a way that you can’t install, uninstall or reinstall them, and break the Store app, too.

    Brave new world. This brings back bad memories of DLL hell.

    Cheers
    Olli


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: RemoteApp and RD Gateway #306251

    Re: RemoteApp and RD Gateway

    Bertmax;281218 wrote:
    Certificates for your internal domain name come from your internal CA, as RicklesP suggested. Vendors don’t usually sign certs for intranets, as that domain name isn’t registered anywhere outside the domain, and therefore cannot be validated. You’ll need to create a self-signed cert for internal use and use the other for external.

    As for what’s happening when you try to install your cert, I’m afraid I couldn’t say. Why it would be requesting an internal cert when you are logging in from outside the domain is beyond me. You’re absolutely sure you’re hitting the external address and not internal? Also, when you say you’re logging in externally, do you mean you’re using a computer that is not on your network, or are you using a network computer and just putting the external address in your browser?

    I’m 100% sure i’m hitting the external address (remote.domain.com). When i say logging in externally i mean i’m on my home network (as opposed to works) with a laptop that isnt on a domain.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: RemoteApp and RD Gateway #306250

    Re: RemoteApp and RD Gateway

    thanks for the reply.

    It was my understanding that you only needed a cert for the external name.

    after more reading i found a powershell to change the published FQDN

    http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Change-published-FQDN-for-2a029b80

    After doing this i now no longer get any errors regarding the certificate. Although i can’t connect at all now and get the following error;

    Quote:
    The user “DOMAINUSER”, on client computer “0.0.0.0”, did not meet resource authorization policy requirements and was therefore not authorized to resource “remote.domain.com”. The following error occurred: “23002”.

    To add to the above, these are the things i have also tried.

    I’ve recreated the both RD CAP and the RD RAP and with in the RD RAP i’ve added the IP, FQDN and Netbios name. Still no luck.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: 2003 to 2010 migration issue #306249

    Re: 2003 to 2010 migration issue

    anyone have an idea of where i can look to resolve this issue?


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: Activesync issues #306248

    Re: Activesync issues

    I can’t see the self signed certificate being the issue, we don’t get the normal error messages moaning about it being a self signed certificate.

    We also have another site where there is a self-signed certificate and activesync users work fine.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: After SP1 Install i have no shares #306247

    Re: After SP1 Install i have no shares

    I’ve plugged in a laptop that wasn’t in this domain (was in a workgroup) and that can browse the shares.

    I think it’s some sort of policy that’s causing this.


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: After SP1 Install i have no shares #306246

    Re: After SP1 Install i have no shares

    Still having this issue but i now have a bit more information.

    When pinging the server name it show’s the correct IP address.

    When using net view [URL=”file://\servername”]\servername[/URL] i get the correct list of shares.

    Still when going to run and [URL=”file://\servername”]\servername[/URL] or [URL=”file://\ipaddress”]\ipaddress[/URL] i get the system cannot find the file specified. This is when i do it from the server or any clients.

    I’ve disabled all GPO’s and did couple of reboots and i’m still having the issue.

    this is driving me nuts! :twisted:


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: After SP1 Install i have no shares #306245

    Re: After SP1 Install i have no shares

    also bear in mind the error message isn’t “The path cannot be found”.


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: After SP1 Install i have no shares #306244

    Re: After SP1 Install i have no shares

    I should also point out that i’ve disabled the firewall on both client and server.

    Just done a reboot and have the following in the event viewer, unsure if there related or not.

    Quote:
    The winlogon notification subscriber took 97 second(s) to handle the notification event (CreateSession).
    Quote:
    The WinRM service failed to create the following SPNs: WSMAN/SERVER.school.local; WSMAN/SERVER.

    Additional Data
    The error received was 8344: %%8344.

    User Action
    The SPNs can be created by an administrator using setspn.exe utility.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: After SP1 Install i have no shares #306243

    Re: After SP1 Install i have no shares

    Ossian;262341 wrote:
    How about access via IP or fqdn?

    Have you checked that the shares still exist?

    As per the OP i still have an issue with IP or FQDN. :p

    Double checked the shares still exist.

    Also when creating new shares on the server (not using the advanced sharing option) i get a message saying your folder can’t be shared yet it does actually create it.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: Exchange 2003 to 2010 migration #306242

    Re: Exchange 2003 to 2010 migration

    right, i’m now receiving emails to 2003 server (i hadnt enabled anonymous on the receive connector).


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs #306241

    Re: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs

    nabberuk;227711 wrote:
    DNS looks good, the phones are syncing…….. this has caused a major problem as it’s deleted there contacts!!!!!!

    Seriously, i’ve not cried for many years but today might be the day!!

    Anyway to recover from a full windows server backup?

    ignore this, i was fed incorrect information. The phones had deleted there own data, but the data was fine on exchange.

    I was trying the test site above with the administrator login, which wouldn’t work. Normal users work fine.


    nabberuk
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    in reply to: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs #306240

    Re: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs

    DNS looks good, the phones are syncing…….. this has caused a major problem as it’s deleted there contacts!!!!!!

    Seriously, i’ve not cried for many years but today might be the day!!

    Anyway to recover from a full windows server backup?


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs #306239

    Re: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs

    thanks for your help, all sorted!

    Just testing with http://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com and i get the following error;

    Attempting to send the OPTIONS command to the server.
    Testing of the OPTIONS command failed. For more information, see Additional Details.

    Additional Details
    An HTTP 403 forbidden response was received. The response appears to have come from IIS7. Body of the response:

    403 – Forbidden: Access is denied.

    403 – Forbidden: Access is denied.

    You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.

    [/CODE]

    I’ve read [URL=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379″]KB817379[/URL]. Now does anyone know if this applies to just exchange 2003?

    Many thanks[CODE]Attempting to send the OPTIONS command to the server.
    Testing of the OPTIONS command failed. For more information, see Additional Details.

    Additional Details
    An HTTP 403 forbidden response was received. The response appears to have come from IIS7. Body of the response:

    403 – Forbidden: Access is denied.

    <!–
    body{margin:0;font-size:.7em;font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;background:#EEEEEE;}
    fieldset{padding:0 15px 10px 15px;}
    h1{font-size:2.4em;margin:0;color:#FFF;}
    h2{font-size:1.7em;margin:0;color:#CC0000;}
    h3{font-size:1.2em;margin:10px 0 0 0;color:#000000;}
    #header{width:96%;margin:0 0 0 0;padding:6px 2% 6px 2%;font-family:”trebuchet MS”, Verdana, sans-serif;color:#FFF;
    background-color:#555555;}
    #content{margin:0 0 0 2%;position:relative;}
    .content-container{background:#FFF;width:96%;margin-top:8px;padding:10px;position:relative;}
    –>

    403 – Forbidden: Access is denied.

    You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.

    [/CODE]

    I’ve read KB817379. Now does anyone know if this applies to just exchange 2003?

    Many thanks


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs #306238

    Re: Exchange 2010 and SSL Certs

    Sembee;227582 wrote:
    Given the choice, I always go for a UC (SAN – subject alternative name) certificate. This ensures the maximum compatibility. Wildcards can be used, but still cause issues in certain configurations.

    The only name I would add to the list is the server’s NETBIOS name, as well as its FQDN.
    It is autodiscover.example.com, no “y”.

    Simon.

    thanks for you reply, so would the following look about right?

    exchserver.internal.local (FQDN)
    mail.externaldomain.co.uk (Hostname)
    autodiscover.internal.local
    autodiscover.externaldomain.co.uk


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Vigor 2950 using 2 ZyXel modems #306237

    Re: Vigor 2950 using 2 ZyXel modems

    Hi,

    thanks for your reply.

    I ended up just buying some draytek 120’s to save time.

    Nathan


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange server is being spammed :s #306236

    Re: Exchange server is being spammed :s

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    any idea on how to delete the each queue quickly or will be it a case of going into each one to delete the messages? there are over a 1000

    many thanks


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange server is being spammed :s #306235

    Re: Exchange server is being spammed :s

    Sembee;210526 wrote:
    If it is [email protected] then it is NDR spam.

    The queues will appear to continue to grow because Exchange is still processing them. A spammer will dump a lot of messages on to a server because they can and then Exchange has to process them in to the queues. It makes a mess and takes some time to clean up. I would suggest leaving the port closed until you have finished cleaning it up.

    Simon.

    Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the reply,

    The port is blocked, but when i go into ESM, admin groups, servers, , Queues, the queues are getting longer. Is this exchange trying to resend things, hence the queue getting longer. Or is it something else creating them?

    many thanks


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange server is being spammed :s #306234

    Re: Exchange server is being spammed :s

    just an update to the previous reply. I have in fact blocked that ip address at the router level, but things still are not good.

    I’ve paused the SMTP virtual server, yet the queue keeps getting longer. Is it possible this is being caused by a nasty installed on the server?


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange server is being spammed :s #306233

    Re: Exchange server is being spammed :s

    Hey,

    I’ve checked the server wasn’t an open relay. It isn’t and the settings for the server is already set up to stop NDR attacks.

    Currently I’ve had to block all SMTP in the router. As soon as i enable it, that ip starts connecting a session, it had 4 going at one point. The queue starts too fill up again.

    About 99% of the emails that are in the queue are [email protected]. My router doesnt have the facility to block all communications from that ip address.

    any pointers would be a great help, thanks.


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Exchange server is being spammed :s #306232

    Re: Exchange server is being spammed :s

    sorry for not being clear, english was never my strongest subject!!

    The server is being used to send out spam emails, i’ve just been looking around and i think its a NDR attack. Would you recommend i following this link?

    http://www.amset.info/exchange/spam-cleanup.asp

    thanks for your help


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Setting permissions on Windows 2003 Domain #306231

    Re: Setting permissions on Windows 2003 Domain

    NTFS Hell indeed!:roll:

    just remember that DENY permissions will always override ALLOW permissions.


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Help – Symantec Virus Issue #306230

    Re: Help – Symantec Virus Issue

    engineersaeed;196264 wrote:
    Hello Dear,

    I have installed Symantec 10.1.17 Corporate edition on our server and their Client has installed on the other machines. Last few days i am very confused to how to resolve this issue even applied all methods and even through all tools but still facing same issue.

    The snapshot is attached and kindly check it and give me any proper solution to stop these.

    Regards,

    Saeed

    are you looking to stop the prompts to the user?


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Setting permissions on Windows 2003 Domain #306229

    Re: Setting permissions on Windows 2003 Domain

    safe;196286 wrote:
    Hi all,

    I need help for Setting permissions on Windows 2003 Domain.
    I have a folder with only 1 file in it. I need the users to use the file in the folder and add data the file. I want to prevent them from the option to “save as” the file in the same folder .
    1. What permission do i have to set on the folder or the file?
    2.Can i set the file with permission to just add data to it but not remove from it.

    Thanks all off you.:oops:

    so you want the users to be able to edit the 1 file, but not create new ones?


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: IE8 Page connot be found #306228

    Re: IE8 Page connot be found

    Firstly, thanks for your reply.

    The DHCP lease looks fine, i can ping our default gateway, our server and our server name gets resolved correctly.

    I’ve pinged external sites like google etc. It resolved the name to a ip, but i didnt get a reply. I guess ping response would be disabled?

    If i log on with a different user it works fine. I’ve just been told by our ICT coordinator that this seems to be affecting certains users on most pcs.

    this really has me stumped!


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: Domain DNS #306227

    Re: Domain DNS

    joeqwerty;183046 wrote:
    You just need to create an A or CNAME record something like: webmail.mycompany.com that points to the external ip address of the Exchange server. In IIS on the Exchange server, in the properties of the Default Web Site, on the Home Directory tab select the third radio button (A redirection to a URL) ans type /exchange in the text field, then select the second check box (A directory below URL entered).

    Then you’ll be able to browse to https://webmail.mycompany.com an it will go right to OWA.

    many thanks! it works a treat!


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: DNS Redirection #306226

    Re: DNS Redirection

    any suggestions anyone?

    do i need to buy more ip’s and a better adsl router (must be adsl2+)


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: OWA/OMA Issue #306225

    Re: OWA/OMA Issue

    ok thanks, i’ll give it a go and get back to you. Thanks for your help.


    nabberuk
    Member
    in reply to: OWA/OMA Issue #306224

    Re: OWA/OMA Issue

    Sembee;118917 wrote:
    Oh dear.
    It has lost some of its mappings.

    As it is SBS, re-run the internet and email configuration wizard and let it complete successfully.

    Simon.

    already re-run it. Should i try reinstalling the virtual directorys?

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