Monday, July 12, 2010 9:04 PM
I have two TMG Ent servers running on 2008 R2. Both has Edge 2010 and Forefront 2010 installed in the correct order, along with TMG 2010 SP1.
Everything is fine, until I configure the "Email Policy". Server is in sync and no alerts.But, as soon as I configure Email Policy, the server doesn't sync at all and in the alerts tab, it comes with two sets of alert.
1. Email Policy - Configuration Failure.
Command failed with error: Cannot bind argument to parameter 'Bindings' because it is an empty collection.
2. Upload New Configuration to New services failed.
Description: The Forefront TMG configuration agent was unable to upload the configuration to the Forefront
Description: The Forefront TMG configuration agent was unable to upload the configuration to the Forefront TMG services.
This could be due to a corrupt configuration. The Forefront TMG configuration agent is reverting the configuration back to the last known configuration.
The service that failed to load the configuration is: IsaManagedCtrl.
The failure is due to error: 0x80131500
Why does the server go mad when I configure "Email Policy", which is the main thing in a combination role?
Has anyone successfully configured this?
I tried it with and without TMG SP1, doesn't make a difference.
As soon as I restore to a state before configuring "Email Policy", server comes in sync.
Configuring array works, but goes out of sync as soon as email policy is configured and hence I am trying to fix it on a single server first.
Anyone to help?
Friday, July 16, 2010 12:32 PMModerator
On this setup, did you configure any setting on Exchange console or via Powershell? The only scenario that I saw this error was when changes were made directly to Exchange Edge Server either via PowerShell or Console. If you did that, make sure to undo and then use only TMG Management Console to make the changes. Here an example of a scenario where you also will see the event 2 that you mentioned:
Yuri Diogenes [MSFT] - http://blogs.technet.com/yuridiogenes
- Marked As Answer by Nick Gu - MSFTMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Monday, July 19, 2010 2:09 PM