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SBS 2008 autodiscover fails

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#1 turitopa


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Posted 11 May 2012 - 06:08 PM

I have SBS 2008.
Just the other day my laptop users were getting continuous outlook logon prompts. (i fixed this)
When i test Email Configuration in outlook 2007, this fails with http 403. The SCP is found but outlook 2007 will is denied access.

I have been playing with the EMC and IIS, I can see that I have over 20 Self-signed Certificates.
My SBS wizards always fail, so i cannot fix my network etc...(I'd like to fix this too - would you recommend that i reinstall SBS 2008?
(I'd prefer not to reinstall if i can, but would love to have my wizards working again. SBS is hosted on Xenserver - I may have changed the orignal NIC in the past. Could that be the cause, and how could i resolve this)

Can someone please help guide me to fixing my exchange problems?
My Iphone no longer connects to exchange either.

When i logon internally to outlook, I get an error that the certificate mismatch the host. (attached) it shows as autodiscover.domain.com instead of autodiscover.domain.com.
if i continue on, mail is processed as per normal.
I have setup SRV, but it fails.

Please advise what PowerShell outputs you may need to assist.


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