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Active Sync on Exchange 2010

Posted on 2013-10-26
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Hi
 We are having problems getting active sync working for our mobile users with our new exchange server (2010). We have an SSL from Go Daddy and owa works fine. But I'm getting confused with the configuration of Active Sync.
Any Ideas greatly appreciated.
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https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/

This is a good starting point.
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I tried to connectivity and it came back with this error attached. Any ideas on what i need to do in order to fix it?
Active-sync-error.png
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Please post the installed IIS Role Services. I suspect there's a Role Service missing. Thank you.
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In the end we purchased another SSL certificate for the old exchange server, and pointed mobiles that were still connected that url. Everyone on the new works fine.
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This is what we did.
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