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MS exchange disconnects when I attach an Ethernet cable. Connects only on wireless. Outlook won't connect.
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Patrick Bogers earned 500 total points
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Hi

Really? Wireless in a server or what OS are you using? (Obviously your binding order is not correct.)

Or, a workstation on wireless can connect to Exchange but wired it cannot? a) can you internet wired, can you ping the exchangeserver?. It the wire on the same subnet as the exchange server?
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Also, possible you connectors are only on the Wireless IP, not <all available IP> settings.

And wireless in a server?  I would not recommend that mainly because the throughput isn't nearly as high and can be interrupted by all sorts of things outside your control.
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