OK so we migrated a remote office to a new domain today. This domain has a trust setup between it and our original still in use domain. 1/3 of the users who all seem to be running Outlook 2007 seem to have issue after the migration. They cannot see free/busy time on calendars or view other shared calendars which come back as No Connection.
They get an error of " error your server location could not be determined"
I tried the freebusy outlooks witch in cmd line and also restarted the IIS services on cas servers both did not help. This seems to be user and location specific bc if I log in as one of the users here at corporate I can see calendars just fine but at that office we get the errors
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