Having a weird issue with one network I am looking after.
All the sudden this morning the client PCs can not connect to the Exchange server.
This is a plain vanilla SBS2010 setup with Outlook 2010 / Win7 clients. 8 PCs connecting to the SBS server, local LAN, DHCP, etc - nothing fancy.
As far as I can tell the SBS / Exchange 2010 is up and running - no error reported in the logs. BPA ok (just a warning about an old network driver) - everything look pristine. ActivSync client (Iphones) are connecting fine. However both OWA and Outlook clients are failing. I'm suspecting some networking / DNS / auto-discovery issue but can really pinpoint it.
I have enabled debug logging on Outlook client and enclosed is what I get for the startup handshake. Can't really make out any obvious issue.
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