Exchange 2010 + outlook anywhere + ntlm + public folder

Posted on 2011-10-24
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
we just finished migrate exchange 2003 et 2010. During the migraiton we had outlook 2003 so we needed to maintain public folders. Then we decide to install TMG for reverse proxy OWA Outlook anywhere and active sync. For better experiance, we decide to install TMG in domain for activate Outlook anywhere with NTLM. The issue is when we are in rpc over http, public folders ask for authentication. I search on google and didn't find a solution.
After i decide to delete all public folders on organisation but it is not possible to have null value in default database public folders.

How can i delete public folders on organisation (mean not database association with public folders database)?
How can i make NTLM work with or without public folder?

Someone can help me?
Question by:makanzore
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Author Comment

ID: 37020992
i forget to mention that every users use Outloko 2007 or Outlook 2010. So we don't use public floders any more.
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endital1097 earned 2000 total points
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the issue is that because the database is still associated with a public folder database it will attempt to connect

here is an article on removing the last database

you need to use the -RemoveLastAllowed switch

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ID: 37023432
Ok thanks,
but i have 3 public folders database, sould i use -RemoveLastAllowed switch for each database?
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Expert Comment

ID: 37028350
No, move all replicas to one server and delete the other two
Then remove all public folders and remove the last using this switch

Author Comment

ID: 37028440
I use the script to move all replicat but i am still waiting for all folders to move. I only have 2 system publics folder since 6 hours. Offline adress book and free busy. result of get-publicfolderstatistics return IsDeletePending $true and totalsize 50k. I don't use public folders for OAB.
I don't understand why it take so long and i don't know how to force or improuve replcation.Is it possible or i have to wait ?

Author Comment

ID: 37044358
I have more information about my public folder replication. event logs MSExchangeIS Public Store ID 3093:
Error -2147221233 reading property 0x67480014 on object type  tbtReplication and
Error -2147221233 reading property 0x67010003 on object type  tbtReplication
I tried:
isinteg -s servername -fix -test replstate
Isinteg -s servername -fix -test rowcounts
isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests
But the test failed. Test has been cancel and failed.
eseutil /d /k and /p on public folder database
No problem with eseutil

Please help me

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