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Autodiscover not working for one user

Posted on 2014-12-02
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I have one user that is having trouble viewing free/busy info in their outlook calendar. Works fine on OWA. I tested autodiscover from outlook and i get an error: local autodiscover failed 0x8004010f. I tried deleting the account and adding it back in. When I try to add it it does not autodiscover the settings. But if I try his same account on another computer autodiscover configures it correctly !! I don't know why it won't autodiscover on his computer. It's on the same network.
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by:Seth Simmons
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verify network settings on that machine
try removing from the domain and adding again
the fact it works for that user on another system indicates it's the machine being used and not exchange itself
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I was able to get it fixed based on this article

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2212902

I changed all the registry keys from 1 to 0
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Found solution as listed above
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