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Error when trying to move Public Folder Store

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I am in the process of moving my Exchange 2003 over to a new Exchange 2010. When trying to move the 'Public Folder Store' from the Exchange 2003 box, this is the error I get:

 error moving Public Folder Store.
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by:maxsmith5k
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How are you trying to move the public folder replicas?  Are you trying to do it from the 2003 console?  You should do it from 2010 using powershell:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/agobbi/archive/2010/08/04/how-to-move-public-folder-from-exchange-2003-to-exchagne-2010.aspx
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by:clesin
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Is there any way to confirm that it already has been replicated and I can just go to 'move the PF' step?

Or it doesn't hurt to run step 1 in any case?
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clesin earned 0 total points
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This post from EE article 21268095 solved the problem.

AndyianPrice:

That change has always been like that, ive gone into iis manager on the exchange box navigated to the default web site and then to exadmin, ive checked the 2 settings which are described above

Require Secure Channel (SSL)     unticked
   Require 128-bit encryption        unticked
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by:clesin
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I wasn't able to follow the Exchange 2010 Shell commands. These IIS were easy to follow and it solved the problem.
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