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Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync folder in IIS and system empty?

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We are having issues with our exchange server and syncing mobile devices that use ActiveSync. The Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync folder in IIS and the system (C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\OMA\Sync) is empty. Should there be files in here to work property? Is this a symptom of a greater problem?
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Hi there,

What you're describing is normal.

If you're running Exchange on a single server and having difficulty getting ActiveSync working, you should check out this article - You should create another virtual directory to get your mobile clients to sync up.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379/

The appropriate section is under Method 2 "Create a secondary virtual directory for Exchange server"
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