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Exchange 2007 -- MSExchange Autodiscover Event  ID: 2 occuring -- Even after "Enable Anonymous access" is disabled.

Posted on 2009-05-11
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I read the article entitiled "how to check if kerberos is enabled for EWS and Autodisciver Virtual directories in IIS" but found it unclear -- Is this two tasks or one?  e.g. Does following the steps in the 2nd paragraph check the Autodiscover Virtual Directory site configuration settings mentioned in the first paragraph? If not how do you do so?

In my case Enable Anonymous access hs been disabled as per the steps in the 2nd paragaraph above, but I'm still getting MSExchange Autodiscover Event  ID: 2 occuring.


Anonymous Request received from HostAddress:"10.1.1.14", HostName:"10.1.1.14". Invalid Autodiscover site configuration. To fix the problem remove Anonymous access.

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Make sure Anonymous authentication is not selected on any virtual directory in IIS such as Autodiscover, OWA, EWS and OAB. Then make sure to run iisreset to apply the changes. If that does not resolve the problem, delete and recreate the Autodiscover virtual directory.
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