Migrating to Exchange Online - HCW8057 and Unable to find assembly 'Microsoft.Exchange.MailboxReplicationService.Common'

I've been banging my head here for a few days on trying to Migrate our Exchange 2010 SP3 server to Azure/Exchange On-line.

I have Azure DNS setup with the A and SVR AutoDiscover Records.
I have Azure AD-Connect Setup and Syncing - Password Sync, No AD FS.

I can see Exchange On-Line in EMC, I can see Users & Groups in O365 Portal.

In Researching the Errors I'm seeing below I've done the Checks for the AutoDiscover Virtual Dir  URL, Permissions, A and SRV Records. Rebooted Most of the Exchange Services, Restarted IIS and a few of the other suggestions with no luck.

When I get the the end of the HCW I get the Error:

HCW8057 - Office 365 was unable to communicate with your on-premises Autodiscover endpoint.  This is typically due to incorrect DNS or firewall configuration.  The Office 365 tenant is currently configured to use the following URL for Autodiscover queries from the Office 365 tenant to the on-premises organization - https://autodiscover.<domain>.com/autodiscover/autodiscover.svc/WSSecurity


testconnectivity.microsoft.com

If I go to: https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com and select Outlook Autodiscover

If I check the Ignore trust for SSL it is Green except for the check for https://<domain>.com:443/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml  which is not on the Exchange server, It reaches it with the A and SVR record and the https://autodiscover.<Domain>.com:443/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml

If I don't Ignore the Trust for SSL. I get Trust Errors as the Cert for the On-Premises Server is from our local AD CA Server.

When I go to Migrate a User from the EMC with the Remote Request I get:

Error:

Deserialization fails due to one SerializationException: System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException: Unable to find assembly 'Microsoft.Exchange.MailboxReplicationService.Common, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35'.

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryAssemblyInfo.GetAssembly()

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectReader.GetType(BinaryAssemblyInfo assemblyInfo, String name)

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectMap..ctor(String objectName, String[] memberNames, BinaryTypeEnum[] binaryTypeEnumA, Object[] typeInformationA, Int32[] memberAssemIds, ObjectReader objectReader, Int32 objectId, BinaryAssemblyInfo assemblyInfo, SizedArray assemIdToAssemblyTable)

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.__BinaryParser.ReadObjectWithMapTyped(BinaryObjectWithMapTyped record)

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.__BinaryParser.Run()

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectReader.Deserialize(HeaderHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck, Boolean isCrossAppDomain, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter.Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck, Boolean isCrossAppDomain, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)

   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter.Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)

   at Microsoft.Exchange.Data.SerializationTypeConverter.<>c__DisplayClass3.<DeserializeObject>b__0()

Unable to find assembly 'Microsoft.Exchange.MailboxReplicationService.Common, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35'.

Exchange Management Shell command attempted:

'f18f847c-7826-4873-9a68-ff6b6cbffbf0' | New-MoveRequest -Remote -RemoteHostName '<server>.<domain>.com' -RemoteCredential 'System.Management.Automation.PSCredential' -TargetDeliveryDomain '<AzureDomain>.mail.onmicrosoft.com'

Elapsed Time: 00:00:01

Not sure where to go from here.
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
Did you try to restart the MS Exchange Replication Service?
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Yes, the 'Microsoft Exchange Replication' service has been restarted, a few times. )-:
Sunil ChauhanLead AdministratorCommented:
make sure your hybrid server has the trusted cert installed, as its getting the self-signed cert it seems it's not, please update the cert.

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Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
The cert is from a Certificate Authority that is part of our AD Domain. All our client PCs have the root CA Cert installed.

When I go hybrid I need to have a trusted cert from one of the main certificate providers?

My on prem Server hosts 37 domains. Can you get 37 SANs on a Cett? Seems a waste of money too if I'm not keeping the On-prem Server after migration.

Thank you.
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi Scott,

- To Implement Office 365 Hybrid Migration you need install and configure valid third party certificate with autodiscover.domain.com and addtional SAN entry for a single domain.

- Then to make this work with the hybrid configuration wizard (HCW) following the below steps:

1. Run the HCW with just the primary smtp domain and make sure it completes without any issues.

2. Open the Exchange Management Shell from the hybrid server and run the following command.
Set-hybridconfiguration –domains contoso.com, fabrikam.com, domaina.com, domainb.com autod:primarydomain.com

(NOTE the autod) (Do not use quotes)

3. Run the HCW again with all the domains populated.

Then do a get-hybridconfiguration | fl and you should see all the domains populated with the autod also.

For better understand this please refer this articles:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dn249970.aspx
http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/smcneill/archive/2013/11/26/office-365-hybrid-configuration-with-multiple-smtp-domains/
Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
When I go hybrid I need to have a trusted cert from one of the main certificate providers?

Yes.  You cannot use a certificate from an internal CA to configure hybrid.


"When configuring a hybrid deployment, you must use and configure certificates that you have purchased from a trusted third-party CA."  Reference: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh563848%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx?#Anchor_0


I'm not keeping the On-prem Server after migration.

If you have AAD Connect for directory sync to O365, you have to maintain at least one Exchange server on premise.  Otherwise, you will put yourself in an unsupported configuration.


Can you get 37 SANs on a Cett?

Yes.  But you don't really need that many given that the OWA URL can only be configured for one FQDN.  Really only need one for OWA FQDN and one for autodiscover.
RoninCommented:
What's your EXACT Exchange version:
Get-Command Exsetup.exe | ForEach-Object {$_.FileVersionInfo}

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(Execute on the server which is going to be used as Hybrid)

You need to expose the 443 port to the outside world, so Office365 will be able to connect to the server over HTTPS and move the mailbox to the cloud. You need to use a valid 3-rd party certificate bound to the default IIS website. That would required creating a AD-integrated DNS zone called mail.domain.com (or any other FQDN you have on the cert) to point to the internal IP of your Exchange server.  Are you using Microsoft Exchange Deployment Assistant?
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Thank you all for your replies.
What's your EXACT Exchange version
ProductVersion   FileVersion
--------------   -----------
14.03.0301.000   14.03.0301.000

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You need to expose the 443 port to the outside world
It is OWA works fine as does ActiveSync.

creating a AD-integrated DNS zone
All domains with Primary SMTP Addresses on the Exchange server have Internal and External DNS with both A and SVR AutoDiscover records

- To Implement Office 365 Hybrid Migration you need install and configure valid third party certificate with autodiscover.domain.com and additional SAN entry for a single domain.
Well that's a Bummer. Only needing the Cert for the On-Premises server until the mailboxes have been migrated.
Can I Use the cert for O365 anywhere once the Migration is done?

If you have AAD Connect for directory sync to O365, you have to maintain at least one Exchange server on premise.  Otherwise, you will put yourself in an unsupported configuration.
Then I guess I read wrong somewhere? If I don't want want to manage an On-premises Exchange after the Dust settles, how do I Sync my AD with O365 if I don't want a local Exchange server anymore?
I Chose Hybrid Configuration so I can Migrate users over in batches and not have to do it all at once. Though Ultimately the On-Premises Exchange should go away.   I want to Manage AD User/Groups with my Local AD Tool, though If I need to Manage Exchange Online users via Azure/O365 that's fine. Assuming I can also use some PowerShell/CLI to Manage?

Yes.  But you don't really need that many given that the OWA URL can only be configured for one FQDN.  Really only need one for OWA FQDN and one for autodiscover.
Seems like I still need the SAN on the cert for all of the Domains that are the Primary SMTP Address of the users.  The On-premises Exchange Server is hosting email for 5 companies and several Individuals that all have their own domain as the Primary SMTP address. My understanding with Autodiscover is that when Outlook or whatever goes to autoconfigure it uses the email address domain and looks up the AutoDiscover record for that user's domain.   So we have users who's
login is: user1@primarydomain.com
email is: user1@contoso.com
login is: user2@primarydomain.com
email is: user2@fabrikam.com

Each of the Primary email domains I would think would need to be listed in the SAN.
Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
Looks like you have UR14 for Exchange 2010 SP3.  That is an unsupported version of Exchange 2010.  You should update to UR18 or UR19--which was released on Tuesday.

Regardless, of the number of SANs you need, you will still need an SSL SAN cert from a 3rd party public CA. (i.e. DigiCert, GoDaddy, etc.)  Yes, in your case, it may be costly.  But somehow MS only has 14 SANs in their certificate for EXO.  Again, don't really know why you feel you need 37 when MS only needs 14.  And not one of them is for any of the email domains customers have added to O365.  Exchange is the same--no org needs as many as you have.

As long as you have AAD Connect syncing AD object to O365, your only supported option to manage synced users and mailboxes in O365 is with an on prem Exchange server.  With that said, the Exchange server can be pared down to reduce the amount of resources on the server (i.e. databases, memory, CPU, storage) for only management but must remain as long as AAD Connect is being used.  Updating AD objects via PowerShell, ADSIEdit or the AttributeEditor via ADUC are not supported management options by Microsoft.

Take a look at these references regarding hybrid.  Please view the entire MVA video but pay close attention beginning around 12 minutes in.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Again, don't really know why you feel you need 37 when MS only needs 14.  And not one of them is for any of the email domains customers have added to O365.  Exchange is the same--no org needs as many as you have.

Our Internal CA Cert Expired Recently and with Office 2016 Outlook and not able to Specify the Server, we had to get the SAN Names correct.  I had forgotten one and it broke the ability for those users to find the exchange server if they were not on the Same Network as the Server.    Entirely Possible I have something else configured incorrectly.  (-;

Take a look at these references regarding hybrid.
Thank you. I'll give these a look see.
RoninCommented:
According to your version number you are on Update Rollup 14 for Exchange Server 2010 SP3, you need to update to the latest or n-1 at-least (UR18 or UR19 for SP3)
You should keep the on-prem Exchange, that's the only supported approach to adjust email-related attributes for the users you sync to the cloud.
You have to have 3-rd party cert with autodiscover.domain.com and mail.domain.com, at least for the time of setup. If you have multiple domains, the above FQDN should be in the cert for each.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I need to Obtain a 3rd Party Certificate for the server. I'm using an internal CA Cert currently. It will take me a bit to set that up.   Once there I will see if that makes a difference.

Thank you everyone for your assistance.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I went through the CSR generation wizard and it did show all of my Autodiscovwr domains listed as with the server name, and all kinds of domains. I trimmed out all of the domains that were not Primary emails, sent the CSR back to Comodo and they sent me back a cert that only had mail.<domain>.com and www.mail.<domain>.com in the SAN, which I have no clue where the www. Address  came from as it does not exist and I don't recall it in the wizard.

Went though the test connectivity on MSs site and it passes for user@<domain>.com but not for user@<domain-b>.com

What is the proper way to generate the CSR for multiple Subject Alternate Names?

Thanks!
RoninCommented:
I have mentioned in the previous comment:
You have to have 3-rd party cert with autodiscover.domain.com and mail.domain.com, at least for the time of setup. If you have multiple domains, the above FQDN should be in the cert for each.

2 FQDNs needs to be on the cert (minimum)
autodiscover.domain.com
mail.domain.com
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I have mentioned in the previous comment:
You have to have 3-rd party cert with autodiscover.domain.com and mail.domain.com, at least for the time of setup. If you have multiple domains, the above FQDN should be in the cert for each.

2 FQDNs needs to be on the cert (minimum)
autodiscover.domain.com
mail.domain.com

Yes, I did test, with what I had.  It Failed for the 2nd Domain. For the Domain it did have in there it was fine, it was the test for the 2nd domain that failed.   I'm not sure why the CSR that was generated didn't have the autodiscover in it as It listed all of the domains in the wizard.    I'll have a Chance later today to generate another CSR.
RoninCommented:
CSR will allow you generate single FQDN, while you submit it to the CA, in whatever process is being used, as long as it is a UCC certificate, you should be able to indicate whatever FQDNs you need.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
This is from the CSR Wizard:
FriendlyName: Azure-AutoDiscover 2
SubjectName: C=US,S="CA",L="<City>",O="<Company>",OU="Information Technology",CN=mail.<domain-A>.com
DomainName: mail.domain-a.com,mail.domain-b.com,autodiscover.domain-a.com,autodiscover.domain-b.com,autodiscover.domain-c.com,autodiscover.domain-d.com,autodiscover.azuretenantname.mail.onmicrosoft.com
PrivateKeyExportable: True
KeySize: 2048

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I thought that the SAN would be derived from the domains in the DomainName: field. though I guess not?
RoninCommented:
No, it's depends on the "enrollment wizard" on the CA side.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
In the Wizard, do I need to Click the Option for "Use this Certificate for Federated Delegation"?
RoninCommented:
What wizard?
More details please.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Sorry, in the New Certificate Wizard
 New Certificate Wizard
If I select "Use this Certificate for Federated Delegation" most all of the other options are Greyed out.

I didn't select it and then generated another CSR and sent that one to another Cert company the does Multi-Domains (UCC).
I'm still waiting on Cert Approval.
RoninCommented:
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Yeah, One Step Closer, no more HCW8057 Error.

The https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/ comes back with Success.
Though I am still getting the Assembly Missing Error when Trying to Migrate  a user.

I tried the
Set-hybridconfiguration –domains contoso.com, fabrikam.com, domaina.com, domainb.com autod:<domain.com>
though I get An Error on the autod:primarydomain.com portion.

Cannot process argument transformation on parameter 'ClientAccessServers'. Cannot convert value "autod:<domain.com>" to type "Microsoft.Exchange.Data.MultiValuedProperty`1[Mi
t autod:<domain.com> from System.String to Microsoft.Exchange.Configuration.Tasks.ServerIdParameter. Error: 'autod:<domain.com>' is not a valid value for the identity
Parameter name: identity"
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (:) [Set-HybridConfiguration], ParameterBindin...mationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentTransformationError,Set-HybridConfiguration

So I just re-ran it with my Test Domains again.

when I do the remote Move request it comes with:
Deserialization fails due to one SerializationException: System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException: Unable to find assembly 'Microsoft.Exchange.MailboxReplicationService.Common, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35'.
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryAssemblyInfo.GetAssembly()
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectReader.GetType(BinaryAssemblyInfo assemblyInfo, String name)
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectMap..ctor(String objectName, String[] memberNames, BinaryTypeEnum[] binaryTypeEnumA, Object[] typeInformationA, Int32[] memberAssemIds, ObjectReader objectReader, Int32 objectId, BinaryAssemblyInfo assemblyInfo, SizedArray assemIdToAssemblyTable)
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.__BinaryParser.ReadObjectWithMapTyped(BinaryObjectWithMapTyped record)
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.__BinaryParser.Run()
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.ObjectReader.Deserialize(HeaderHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck, Boolean isCrossAppDomain, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter.Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck, Boolean isCrossAppDomain, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)
   at System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter.Deserialize(Stream serializationStream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck, IMethodCallMessage methodCallMessage)
   at Microsoft.Exchange.Data.SerializationTypeConverter.<>c__DisplayClass3.<DeserializeObject>b__0()

Unable to find assembly 'Microsoft.Exchange.MailboxReplicationService.Common, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35'.

Exchange Management Shell command attempted:
'f18f847c-7826-4873-9a68-ff6b6cbffbf0' | New-MoveRequest -Remote -RemoteHostName '<server fqdn>' -TargetDeliveryDomain '<doamin.com>'
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
On the Connection Configurations Screen of the Move Wizard
It asks for the FQDN of the Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Replication Service proxy server in the source forest.
I was thinking traditional Proxy server, but entered the name of the On-Premises server.  
I never entered the credentials as most of the time My Own Credentials are used. Not the case here.
Clicking the Checkbox for "Use the following source forest's credential: Then entering my Credentials (Domain Admin)
The Migration of the mailbox worked!
Remove Move Request Wizard - Connection Configurations
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi Scott,

Perfect!

Please Test mailbflow and other functionality between on premise mailbox and office 365 mailbox.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
enable MRS while configure your exchange server for Hybrid migration
I assume (I know bad) that I did this if the Move worked?

Testing Mailflow is where I'm at now.   External to 3 of the Domains I have setup work fine. Onmicrosoft.com works too. Though not the 'primary' domain. DNS for it is setup and verified.

On-Premise user to O365 user does not work.
O365 to On-Premise works.  Reply from this email does not.

For the On-Premise user I'm using a Domain that is not setup for O365.
The Domains setup for O365 are only for users on O365 for now. (test Domains)
RoninCommented:
Did you update the Exchange to SP3 RU18 or 19?
Perhaps I missed, but through the thread I don't see you did it.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Yes, I upgraded to RU19.

The send connector (Outbound to Office 365)  does only have the <tenant>.mail.onmicrosoft.com as the only item in the Address space.

Though it seems like when sending an email from on-Premise to O365  (user@domain-a.com) the email should be sent to user@<tenant>.mail.onmicrosoft.com and not domain-0.com (the AD Username)

So when sending to user@domain-a.com the mail ends up in the Queue for domain-0.com. It uses the default send connector which uses External DNS to send email email. It looked up the Public MX record for domain-0.com and is using that host to send the email. I had to change the Public DNS MX for domain-0.com to <domain-0.com>01e.mail.protection.outlook.com

When setting up Outlook For the Mac and it asks for the email address, should I be using the AD User Account email or the user's Primary email?

User AD Account: user@domain-0.com
User Primary Email: user@domain-a.com

When I enter the User's Primary email and the account is on the On-Premise server it connects to O365  asks for a password and then just spins.

If I enter the user's AD Account for the email, it seems to work?
RoninCommented:
The send connector (Outbound to Office 365)  does only have the <tenant>.mail.onmicrosoft.com as the only item in the Address space.
That's the routing email address space. It's simply the primer between your on-prem and office365 environments.
Please have a look at the following articles to get yourself familiar with the Office365-related email routing:
1.https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj937232(v=exchg.150).aspx
2. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj659050(v=exchg.150).aspx
3. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-CA/library/exchange-online-mail-flow.aspx
4. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn751020(v=exchg.150).aspx

I'm not sure what you mean by domain-a.com as well as domain-0.com, perhaps you can provide a bit more background.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Getting the UCC Cert got rid of the HCW Error
Specifying the the Source Credentials fixed the Other Error.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I needed to Add the user@tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com addresses to the Address Policies to give everyone that Address, then I needed to select the tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com as the Target Domain. That helped with the Migration and routing.

My other issues were related to not having all of the domains Validated. I was using a Mix of Validated and non validated domains thinking that the non-validated domains would be sent from normal means. That was not the case.  Any user with a non-validated domain from the O365 side would use  <user>@tenant.onmicrosoft.com Address which didn't work.

I added all of the domains and Validated them, Added them with the HCW and things went much more smooth. For the Non-test domains I did not change the MX records yet. So I still need to test that.

Thanks!
Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
Observations...

I needed to Add the user@tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com addresses to the Address Policies to give everyone that Address

Should have been configured when the hybrid configuration wizard was run for all EAPs (along with the associated accepted domain), and then set provided the mailboxes are enabled to update via EAP.


Then I needed to select the tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com as the Target Domain.

Shouldn't have to set this manually (if that's what you are doing), as it will be set when the individual mailboxes are successfully migrated to EXO.
Scott TownsendIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I needed to Add the user@tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com addresses to the Address Policies to give everyone that Address

Should have been configured when the hybrid configuration wizard was run for all EAPs (along with the associated accepted domain), and then set provided the mailboxes are enabled to update via EAP.

I've run the HCW many times and I had to manually add the @tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com to all 12 EAPs.



Then I needed to select the tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com as the Target Domain.

Shouldn't have to set this manually (if that's what you are doing), as it will be set when the individual mailboxes are successfully migrated to EXO.

This is where I needed to select the Target domain. If I select my AD domain it routes to O365 though that domain which seems to need special connectors for that specific domain for it to pass mail from On-Premise to O365.   Selecting the tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com fixed the mallow issues not using the AD domain.

Remote Move Request Wizard - Target Domain

Thanks!~
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