I currently have another issue with this same server. I'm providing a link incase this issue maybe related due to the other.
I'm running a single SBS 2003 Server with MS Exchange 2003, DNS, DHCP, Routing and Remote access for VPN connections.
I inherited this server from thier old IT person, who they got rid of, so i didn't do the initial setup and configuration.
Software I have installed is Symantec Corp Edition 6.0 with Mail Security for Exchange and Brightstore Arcserv backup v11...both all updated to current stuff
I have 8 users using this server. All of them VPN at one point or another. 2 of these people are on a daily basis and are reporting a problem with the
Outlook 2003 client timing or getting disconnected after they connect up to VPN. In the office everything works fine.
I goto my laptop and create the VPN connection and connect perfectly fine.
I create my profile in Outlook 2003 and configure the settings to look for the Exchange server.
I'm able to send receive with no problems.
I remote into the server and check mail boxs and see they both have about 200MB mailboxes. So I create a new profile and login as both these users.
Export all thier email and then import them into a TesTuser profile that i just created.
In all three occurances (downloading from User1 and User2 and uploading from TestUser) Outlook will start sync...then a few seconds into the sync it will
lose connection and give a message of trying to contact the exchange server. It reconnects after a long delay and then repeat over and over again.
I've checked DNS, DHCP, Routing and Remote Access, Exchange to see if there was anything wierd going on. But I can't seem to find anything that stands out.
I did notice one thing while viewing the server I noticed on the task manager under Physical Memory.
If my own memory serves me correct isn't the Available memory and System Cache supposed to equal or Less then TOTAL ? I didn't think it was possible to
go over the TOTAL? Or am i missing something here?
If anybody can direct me on ways to solving this issue it will be greatly appreciated