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Access to Exchange Public folders in Exchange 2000 System Manager

Posted on 2002-07-13
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While opening the option "folders/all public folder" in system manager in exchange 2000, I am getting the error:-

The connection was aborted. Ensure that the settings on your default web site are correct & refresh the Public folder tree.
ID no: c103b402 Exchange System Manager

We have given all the permissions e.g. read,write execute, browse,
ananymous access, windows integrated authentication etc.
on default virtual web site in IIS.
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Question by:VijayBhagwat
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Do you have a certificate published to the IIS server that
does not have the FQDN name of the server in the certificate?

This is caused by either not having the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the server on the SSL certificate or if an SSL certificate is incorrectly published to the EXCHADMIN root in IIS.


If so, two options....



1. Publish a new SSL certificate to the IIS server using the FQDN of the Exchange server.

OR

2. Remove SSL from the Exadmin virtual root in IIS.

   1. Click Start, point to Programs, click Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Services Manager.

   2. Click your server, and then expand the Web site that contains the Exadmin virtual directory. The default Web site is "Default Web Site."

   3. Right-click the Exadmin virtual directory, and then click Properties.

   4. Click the Directory Security tab.

   5. Under Secure Communications, click Edit.

   6. Click to clear the Require secure channel (SSL) check box. If the Require 128-bit encryption is selected and greyed out, make sure to select Require secure channel (SSL) and deselect Require 128-bit encryption. Then deselect Require secure channel (SSL) again.

   7. Click OK twice.

   8. Close Exchange System Manager, and then reopen it.




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