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SBS 2011 Exchange 2010 Cannot load profile on second workstation

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I have installed an SBS 2011 Server and origionally setup two clients on Win XP workstations on Exchange Server 2010 - Outlook 2010 and it appears to work fine. I then replaced the workstation with a Win 7 box ( I have two Win7 boxes and both react the same) and tried to setup outlook 2010 on the new workstation. I get  "exchange 2010 cannot  open your default email folders you must connect to microsoft exchange with the current profile".

 I went looking and found an Event 2114 error
"Process STORE.EXE (PID=11404). Topology discovery failed, error 0x80040a02 (DSC_E_NO_SUITABLE_CDC). Look up the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) error code specified in the event description. To do this, use Microsoft Knowledge Base article 218185, "Microsoft LDAP Error Codes"
I do not know how to address either error. Is the 2114 error causing my  Outlook problem??

Thanks,

Kent
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Larry Struckmeyer MVP earned 500 total points
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Hi Kent:

I find two references to the issue you describe.  Can you verify that IPV6 has not been disabled on the SBS?  And if it is, try enabling it.

The other is here and appears to address the event log message:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/richardroddy/archive/2010/06/16/msexchange-adaccess-dsaccess-errors-and-the-manage-auditing-and-security-right.aspx
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FL-Flyfishing,

Thanks for the post. I remoted in and found that IPV6 was not enabled. I enabled it on the server and then remoted into one of the workstations. It appears to have solved the problem. I will be at the location later today and will confirm on both workstations. I will let you know today.

THANKS
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Enabling IPV6 took care of the problem. Any comment on why or how that solved the problem?


Thanks,  Kent
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