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Exchange 2013 RU2 v2 Public folder problem, Error 500

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We have Exchange 2013 Ru2 v2, we have few public folders, when we create new Pf and click manage permission, i get the error saying Error 500 Unexpected.

also when i click Root Permission, i get the same Error 500 unexpected error.
I ran below cmdlet to see if there any SIDs than user name, But i cannot see anything,

Get-PublicFolder -Recurse \ | Get-PublicFolderClientPermission


I cannot find any SIDs as well.

bellow url not working for me.
http://www.it.ltsoy.com/exchange/manage-permissions-result-in-500-unexpected-error-public-folders-exchange-2013/

please advice.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Cumulative Update 2 is no longer supported.
I would suggest an upgrade to at least CU 5. CU 7 is due shortly as well.

You must keep Exchange 2013 up to date, it is under constantly development. Many don't believe Exchange 2013 was even production ready until SP1 (aka CU4).

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i can manage permission by EMS, thats mean something with IIS ?
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Update the server to start with. There were a lot of changes with public folders in the early updates, you are very out of date.

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