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Free/Busy will not publish for some users on a store

rstovall
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Last Modified: 2012-06-22
Here is my problem in a nutshell.

New site 2 Exchange 2003 Servers, first installed Exchange 2003 server is now a FE server, the other is a Mailbox Server.  IISADMPWD was enabled on the FE server via a virtual directory under the default web site, not enabled through OWA .. after the SSL was added public folder access no longer existed .. The cert was forced on the IP address with a different FQDN (removed from forced at IP address, and disabled force SSL on ExAdmin) after this, the problem of accessing the Public Folders was resolved.

However, unless a user had previously published free/busy to the Sched+ folder, they cannot do so now.  /cleanfreebusy does not work, but if I create a new user on the store on MB server, this new user works.

UpdateFB.exe  ??  is this my only option aside from rebuilding the system folders?

Please someone help with a potential explanation with what happened!?!  How to resolve the least intrusive method available.

thank you in advance .. and I promise I will be more faithful and answer more questions.
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