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After Migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 and deactivating the source server clients can't access the exchange server.

I deactivated Outlook Anywhere which was activated.
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Question by:epluther
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by:Nick Rhode
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Open up outlook and in the tray do a ctrl + right-click on the icon.  Run a test auto-config and check the connection status for hopefully some errors.
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by:epluther
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The auto-Config runs without any Errors. It even can connect to the Server. But when you start Outlook i get the error message.
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by:Cris Hanna
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In Control Panel, double click the Mail icon. Click on Profiles. delete any profiles, reboot. The run setup again in Outlook
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by:Nick Rhode
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Probably have remnants of the outlook anywhere left in the profile.  Try creating a new profile as stated by Cris Hanna and see if it works.
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epluther earned 0 total points
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Nothing helped. There were some constellations left from the source server.

What helped was exporting the .ost-Files to .pst, a clean reinstallation of SBS 2011 and reimporting into Exchange.

My fault was, that i expected a progress in the migration process since my last migration.

What i learned: never, never, never do a migration of SBS unless there is no alternativ.

Thanks for the comments.
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by:epluther
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Since the users needed to do their daily work, i had to find a fast solution. Reinstallation was fast and cost me just e week end.
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