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I've been researching this site and others regarding ActiveSync throwing the classic error that Microsoft KB article 817379 is supposed to fix.  I've gone through the resolution instructions both in the MS KB article and from Sembee.  I'm still getting the error.

We did have this working properly in the past.  It was not until last week when we lost a domain controller and I have to rename/rejoin it to the network that this error started coming up.  I don't see why this issue would have effected the ActiveSync functionality - unless there's a setting somewhere else that is still pointing to the old DC server name???  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.
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So I think I may have solved the problem on my own.  What I did was check the "Integrated Windows Authentication" option in the Directory Security tab of the Exchange-OMA virtual directory.  Then I restarted the IIS Admin service (and all dependants).  Windows Mobile users are now able to send/receive email.  Yeah!

I hope this is helpful to someone.  Cheers!
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