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Windows Server 2008 w/ Exchange 2007 & EMC Errors on XP... - 16.Jun.2008 5:12:12 PM   
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We have an Exchange 2007 Cluster on Server 2008 Enterprise.
It is 2 Mailbox Servers and 1 CAS / HT.
The 4th Server is a 2007 CAS / Hub Transport role on Server 2003 x64.
The problem I am trying to resolve is a few errors I am getting on the EMC when running from the Server 2003 CAS / HT or from any XP Client in the domain. I am working as the domain admin in all scenarios.
These are the errors I am getting when I click on any 2008 Box's Server Configuration in the EMC on a 2003 or XP box:

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Microsoft Exchange Error
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The following error(s) were reported while loading topology information:
Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory
Failed
Error:
Unable to create Internet Information Services (IIS) directory entry. Error message is: Access is denied.
. HResult = -2147024891.
Access is denied.
.
Directory Path: IIS://<SVRNAME>.<domain>.com/W3SVC/1/ROOT/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync
Detail:
server name: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
local machine name: <SVRNAME>
local machine fqdn: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
Access is denied.



Get-OabVirtualDirectory
Failed
Error:
Unable to create Internet Information Services (IIS) directory entry. Error message is: Access is denied.
. HResult = -2147024891.
Access is denied.
.
Directory Path: IIS://<SVRNAME>.<domain>.com/W3SVC/1/ROOT/OAB
Detail:
server name: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
local machine name: <SVRNAME>
local machine fqdn: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
Access is denied.



Get-OWAVirtualDirectory
Failed
Error:
Unable to create Internet Information Services (IIS) directory entry. Error message is: Access is denied.
. HResult = -2147024891.
Access is denied.
.
Directory Path: IIS://<SVRNAME>.<domain>.com/W3SVC/1/ROOT/owa
Detail:
server name: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
local machine name: <SVRNAME>
local machine fqdn: <SVRNAME>.<domain>.com
Access is denied.


--------------------------------------------------------
OK
--------------------------------------------------------

This only happens when viewing the EMC from XP or 2003. When using the EMC on the 2008 boxes or Vista; the errors do not exist. This leads me to believe that it is a security or permissions issue w/ the newer OS or perhaps IIS7. 64bit or 32bit is irrelevant as I am using both versions of the EMC w/ the same results. 2008 & Vista can look backwards at the Exchange installs on an earlier OS, but 2003 and XP fail only on the installations on 2008.
Other than this, Exchange runs perfectly, though we are still in a mixed environment w/ Exchange 2003 and moving mailboxes.
Any further help resolving these errors is appreciated.
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RE: Windows Server 2008 w/ Exchange 2007 & EMC Errors o... - 8.Jul.2008 2:14:58 PM   
exchange.amins

 

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This should help you... 2147024891 - Access is denied: error in EMC

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