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Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Issue

Hello All! I am fairly new to being a exchange admin and I'm having a odd issue. When I started work on Tuesday I added myself on both Exchange and in the Domain. I can receive and send email. I can do everything I need so I haven't screwed things up too horribly...yet. Well the next day I go and type in my name in the Global Address Book and I'm not in there. I figure that I just need to update the GAL. I use the shell command and the next day, I'm still not in there. i started thinking today and my email also won't sync with my phone. I start doing some research and I come across an error in my event log that has the following:

Event ID 1053 Active Sync

I do some research on the error and it seems easy to fix it. I'm gonna feel like an idiot asking this but when I click on my user object I can't find the security tab. I have attached a screen shot. Am I missing something?

I am using Windows Server 2008  and Exchange 2010

My boss has never touched access either so I'm kind of flying blind. Thanks for any help you can give the noob :)  properties-screen-shot.docx
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JamiBenson1979

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hi,

Follow below mentioned link steps to resolve the subject issue.

http://blog.nick.mackechnie.co.nz/post/2009/11/20/Exchange-2010-Active-Sync-Issue.aspx

Hope this will help you.

Have a nice day.....
JamiBenson1979

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Thanks for the response. I had already read the link. If you look at my screen shot you will see I don't have a security tab. That is the issue. I read that exact post to solve my issue, but no security tab so I can't do that solution.

Any other thoughts?

Jami
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Thanks for your suggestions. I will give it a try when I get back in on Monday!

Thanks for all that info Matt! I really appreciate it. I am a Domain Admin. Should I take myself out of that group and all?

Again thanks for all the knowledge. I'm so new at this and it's lovely to have this resource. Y'all are great!

Jami
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I just realised that blog post doesn't discuss actually reversing those changes in as much detail as I thought (but it covers the technical background of adminSDHolder/SDProp very well).

If you need info about reversing the changes caused by being in a protected group, let me know. However, if you aren't comfortable using ADSIEdit to edit low-lying AD attributes, you might be better placed exporting your mailbox, deleting your account and creating another, not adding it to any protected groups this time.

-Matt
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So I can now sync my email to my phone. That's awesome thanks for your answers on those. My issue now is I still can't see myself in the GAL. What's the best method to rectify this? Should I use the script to update the address book or do I need to do something with the OAB since we used cached exchange mode? As a note if I don't use cached exchange mode I do see myself.

Thanks for all your help so far!

Jami
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Thanks for the solutions all. Ronny and Matt were exceptionally helpful! I have some exchange books now so hopefully I'll get up to speed on this stuff real soon.

Thanks again!


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