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SChannel Error Event ID 36884

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I have an exchange 2003 with Enable outlook Web access.And when i am opening the System Manager and try to expand Puplic Folders (on folders under tools) it givers me an error.
-and i can not put permittions on Puplic Folders from System Manager
 
'The ssl certificate name is incorrect.
         ID No:c1035404
Exchange System Manager'


(i have SSL Athent. on IIS for Otlook Web Access)

on event viewer:

source:Schannel
Event ID:36884
The certificate received from the remote server does not contain the expected name. It is therefore not possible to determine whether we are connecting to the  correct server. The server name we were expecting is silver.Powersoft.local. The SSL connection request has  failed. The attached data contains the server certificate.

Please if anyone can help me !!!!! I have marked this as urgent because I need to get this resolved ASAP as everyone is leaving here for the holiday but need this fixed before then.

Thanks
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check out this article ... http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324345
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by:TeamPyro
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That seemed to get rid of the error but now it prompts me for a user ID/Password. The UserID is pre-populated with mydomain\Administrator. The Administrator has FULL Exchange Rights.
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by:BNettles73
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not sure I follow you .... you mean from all clients ... whenever you access OWA from any client the username is pre-populated? Did you clear your cookies?
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by:TeamPyro
ID: 11976449
No, sorry.

Take my original question and replace the error message with what I am getting now. (user id & password prompt)
Original Question:
"when i am opening the System Manager and try to expand Puplic Folders (on folders under tools) it givers me an error.
-and i can not put permittions on Puplic Folders from System Manager"

What I am getting now is a prompt to enter my network user id (mydomain\administrator & password) before it will let me look at the Public Folder properties.
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by:TeamPyro
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I figured it out. The EXADMIN Virtual Dir was set to Basic Auth. I changed it to Integrated Windows and that took care of it. Looks like i will get out of here after all.

Thanks again!!!!
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by:BNettles73
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I'll see if I can help in a few minutes ... gotta get some stuff setup to run over the weekend ... will try to get back to you soon
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Nice!!
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