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Exchange Server 2013 SP1 (KB3184736) Problem

Posted on 2016-09-15
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Hello EE,

I've installed Security Update For Exchange Server 2013 SP1 (KB3184736) on a Windows 2012 R2 Server via Microsoft Windows Update (unfortunately a Domain Controller).

Outlook 2013 (with last Servicepack) can't connect to Exchange Server which have worked before MS Update. (always prompt for User-login)
OWA ist working without any Problems.

If I want to start Exchange 2013 - Powershell I got the message:
similar (translated from German Server)
In Connection of "FQDN-ofExchange-Server" occurs following Error: The Win-RM Client has return a http Status-code "307" from Remote-WS-Services.

I don't know where to start to isolate the Problem.

OWA, Exchange console via Webbrowser, IIS works properly.

Do you track with this KB3184736 Problem or have some tips for me?

Thanks in advance!

reredok
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One option is to remove this KB and check again. I skipped this KB for my system. Microsoft is known for releasing bad patches. So, I wait minimum 3 months, before installing it. Or last option to give a call to MS.
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this temporary workaround works for me:

1. In Outlook Profile set AUTH to NTLM
2. Disable Cache Mode if active
3. Disable coded communication between Exchange and Client
4. Disable XPhone or any other telephon software (outlook addins)
5. Reconfigure outlook profile from MAPI/HTTP to RPC/HTTP (Exchange Server IP Address, AD Account resolving. Set AD Account in EXchange Management console to user@domain.local = internal eMail address)
6. Start Outlook - with success edit AD Account to external eMail Address
7. Send and recieve eMail Test

nastily bargains have happened : First the MS Exchange Update; a never known external Exchange certificate and a silly telephon software... as if I did not deal already enough ....
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by:Amit
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Thanks for sharing work around.
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