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Exchange 2010 issue with console and powershell

Posted on 2013-01-17
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New sbs 2011 server, fully patched last night.  This morning unable to open exchange management or exchange power shell with any user account.  Email is still flowing normally.
I cannot move the users from sbs 2003 to the new exchange until I can get in the console.  I attached a screenshot or the powershell and console.  I am in the process of installing the management tools on a windows 7 pc to see if I can access from there.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Did you install the Windows Management Framework by any chance? That breaks Exchange.
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/12/14/windows-management-framework-3-0-on-exchange-2007-and-exchange-2010.aspx

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Sembee2- I don't see either of the KB2506146 and KB2506143 in the installed updates and I do not see windows management framework in add remove programs.
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by:cnesupport
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imkottees - already saw that and all of the files and settings it mentions are correct.
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Found the problem, the sage tech installed their software during the night and it messed up IIS.  Removed 32bit files that it installed and it is now working.
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found the fix myself
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