Got a strange problem here and struggling to find anyone who has had the same problem.
Bit of background - running a simple Exchange 2010 server on one box, about 200 mailboxes. All working fine, using a wildcard certificate for access to OWA and autodiscover when using Outlook 2010 over HTTPS.
The problem is on OWA when the user tries to set automatic replies. I understand this transfers them to the Exchange control panel. The problem is that the screen appears but then shows no options and the screen freezes. This is happening on all browsers, both XP and Win7Pro, on both internal and external PCs (Internal use a DNS to point to internal server IP). Even on the server itself if I try to go to the main ECP page. I am getting no error messages, permission messages/logons or any event IDs to report on. The only error is on the page itself and shows as:
Message: 'EcpProfile' is undefined
URI: https://localhost/ecp/The problem started off as certain people getting the problem but now it seems to be everyone.
I have tried 'Reset Virtual Directory' to no avail.
Any help would be appreciated.
Ok, I ran the Best Practices Analyser on both the server directly and my domain workstation logged in as a Domain\Exchange Administrator.
Both times the result was:
Exchange server *** is down or unreachable. This could be the result of a network or permissions problem. Error: The network path was not found
I then subsequently ran the Permissions Check (passed) and the Connectivity Test (Failed) with the following errors:
WMI cannot be accessed
Registry cannot be accessed
Performance data cannot be accessed
- Edited by Chris Snape Tuesday, June 25, 2013 2:28 PM Missing info