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I have done to install exchange 2010 w/sp1 into windows 2008 server R2 w/sp1.  When I open exchange management console and microsoft exchange on-premises initialization fail, the attempt to connect http://infinitymail.infininitysolution.net/power shell using Kerberos authentication failed: connecting remote server failed with the following error message: WinRM can't process request, the network path can't be found by using Kerberos authentication.   The installation is completed without error, I don't know why new exchange server failed initialization on Exchange management console.

Thank you,
Paul
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Step 1: Run the following commands in PowserShell:

$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri http://<FQDN of new Exchange 2010 server>/PowerShell/ -Authentication Kerberos

Import-PSSession $Session
If the issue persists, please move to the next step.

Step2: Try to use another admin account that belongs to the following groups:
Exchange Organization admin

 

If it works, the problem should be in the cache EMC configuration in your original Windows profile. You need to remove the windows profile and create a new one.

 


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have you cloned windows in vmware? i`d been facing same issue after installation of SP1 on cloned non syspreped (system prepare) version of Windows 2k8 r2
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