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HTTP 501 error not implemented when accessing Public Folder properties

I get an error message of HTTP 501 not Implmeneted when I try to access the properties on a public folder on a server.  I have read where Share Point server can not be installed, but this server does not have share point installed.  However, it does have Apache Server installed. Is this an issue?  My goal is to migrate these publix folders to a new server I just built.  So, if there is another way around this, I would appreciate a tip. Thanks!

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amaheshwariCommented:
Yes it is Apache is running its own Web Server when You will stop that then only IIS can run and you will be able to short out this issue.

Stop Apache Web Service in Services and then try accessing Public Folder in Exchange.

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Ashish
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scubaed69Author Commented:
Well, I stopped Apache, and I am now getting an error stating the SSL Server name is incorrect.
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amaheshwariCommented:
Where are you getting this error at the time of accessing public folder.
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amaheshwariCommented:
May you please tell me exact error .

Ashish
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amaheshwariCommented:
Hi,

Please check this site solution and how to remove ssl option:

http://www.petri.co.il/error_c1030af1_on_pf_properties.htm

Thanks
Ashish
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questionforrajaCommented:
Hi

If the above solution from Ashish didnt you try resetting the Virtual directories. Make sure you read the below article before you proceed.

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822892

Raja
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