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Outlook clients cannot sync with exchange server

Posted on 2009-05-04
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I had a client that went down this morning, no workstations are able to get an ip from the sbs server. (limited or no connection)

ive been able to move the dhcp server to the firewall after trouble shooting the issue for several hours. the clients can now get an ip but now none of the workstations will connect to the exchange server via outlook.

DNS appears to be routing everything correctly and i can access the server and owa just fine but for some reason i cannot connect to exchange via outlook
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You need to get DHCP back on to the SBS Server. The firewall will almost certainly not be giving out the correct information. Run the SBS Best practises tool (free download from MS) and confirm it doesn't flag anything wrong.

Simon.
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