Get a The token supplied to the function is invalid" Error when trying to use Move all Replicas

Posted on 2007-11-13
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
Hello Everyone:

I am migrating from SBS 2003 Exchange server over Exchange 2007.  I wan to move the public folders over to the Exchange 2007 using the Move All Replicas.  When I try to move the public folder store using the Move all Replicas function--I get "The token supplied to the function is invalid" Error message.  Can anyone give me guidence as how to reslove this issue so I can move the public folders over to the Exchange 2007 server?

Question by:huntersp3
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you have to create public folder store in ex2k7 first.  Once you did that, you have to use ex2k3 to add ex2k7 to the replica.  Everything have to be replicated before you can remove ex2k3.

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Hello Batmon:

Exchange 2007 automatically created the public folder store .  But if I try to move the public folders or try to replicate the public folders in Exchange 2003 I get "The token supplied to the function is invalid" Error message.  I believe it might be something to do with the SSL certificate.  Any other thoughts?

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Hello All:

I found the solution to my problem from this article at this link.

Would the moderator close this question since I have solved it?


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