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I removed FPSE from our server.  Now I cannot access my Exchange 2010 Management Council nor access Exchange from the web.

Posted on 2014-09-25
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2008 R2 Enterprise server
Includes 2010 Exchange Server, Web Server, etc.
I installed FPSE for our webserver.  That was running fine, but I found a access problem running our accounting software that runs on our website.

I removed FPSE extensions to get back to were I was when I began, and have been getting the following errors almost continuously:
Source:        ASP.NET 2.0.50727.0
Event ID:      1309

I cannot access Exchange Management Council.  I only get an error message.  However, Exchange is still operating.
The web access to Exchange for phones is not working.

I am fairly certain something happended to IIS when I uninstalled FPSE, bit I am not sure were to start to solve the problem.
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by:tshearon
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You could try rebuilding your virtual directories.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff629372(v=exchg.141).aspx
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I tried a few things and eventually SFC scannow got Exchange going again.

I reality, I am not sure exactly what fixed the problem.
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Been there before. Glad you got it going.
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by:ArchitectChuck
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IIS 7.5 can be frustrating.  The error messages are sometimes helpful, but often send you in the wrong direction.

I did learn that FPSE in general do not affect other applications, but in the process of installing FPSE, you tend to find other settings that were always not correct, but the system seemed to work anyway.
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I appreciate the quick response.
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