We recently performed a controlled fail over of several of our systems to our DR site. All worked fine, but when we failed back we could no longer access any of the Public folders that exist on the server.
The error I get is from Outlook 2010, but we also get this error from other versions of Outlook.
"Cannot display the folder. Microsoft Outlook cannot access the specified folder location. Network problems are preventing connection to Microsoft Exchange"
I have verified the data store and everything looks good. I am at a loss. Any thoughts?
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