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Scheduling Assistant in Oulook 2007 locks up

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Started having this issue with all of our Outlook 2007 users when they go into Scheduling Assistant.  I recently updated my exchange 2007 server with the rollup 7 patch and also updated the .NET frameworks on the server to 3.5 sp1.  Ever since then when I go into Outlook and use scheduling assistant to set up a meeting it will lock up Outlook whenever I add a name to the meeting to see if they are available.  

I can go into OWA and it will work just fine though.

I'm thinking it would have to do something with the windows patches that I just applied on Friday to the Exchange server that is running Windows 2003 Standard R2 SP 2.

 
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This is a known issue as a result of .NET 3.5 SP1 being installed.

There is a workaround available.

However, would recommend contacting MS Support for fix.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/958934
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