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Public Folder Db Mounted??

Posted on 2010-09-21
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Hi All,

I've got an odd problem, im building a front end for a client to be able to manage mailboxes, public folders and so on..

in powershell i can execute the command "Get-PublicFolder \ -recurse" and see all of the folders

however.. when i try to fire the command from asp.net i get the following message:

"You can't perform this operation because public folder database 'PublicFolders' isn't mounted. Please mount it and try again."

The DB is Definately mounted!!!

Anyone seen this before?
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It seemd that account used to run asp.net commands does not have sufficient rights on the server/databse or server is not reachable from the system where command was run.
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by:Chrissalter
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OMG HOW STUPID AM I?!?!?!

i didnt realise the app pool was still using network service as its credential, works fine now,

Thankyou so much, was startin to sweat a little ha ha
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