ActiveSync support code 0x8503002C

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-05

Windows 2003 SBS with Exchange 2003 and WM5 on Samsung i600. We are able to use activesyn with all users except mine (lberro) and i receive support code "0x8503002C". I've searched google and no references to this support code. User "lberro" is member of Administrators. We've tryied defining other admin users to use activesync and works fine. So it seems the problem is specifically with user lberro.

Thanks in advance
Question by:lberro

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    I've fixed the problem !!!  Week ago i've installed "Active Sync Mobile Administration web tool" and ACCIDENTALLY applied remote wipe to my mailbox :-)))  So i disabled it and now it's working !!! Thanks very much

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