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MP Exchange 2010 Test connectivity fails due to '407(The remote server returned an error: (407) Proxy Authentication Required.) RRS feed

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  • Hi

    I'm having the following issues with testing the cas servers of our environment.
    Via wpad config we set a proxy server.

    All the test fail with '407(The remote server returned an error: (407) Proxy Authentication Required.)

    First I tested the tested the active sync connectivity from the commandline.

    This works after I uncheck automaticaly detect settings in IE, and run the "bitsadmin /util /setieproxy localsystem NO_PROXY" to disable the proxy for the localsystem account(System Center agent uses this account).

    However I cannot get Operations manager to work without the proxy authentication required.

    Anyone know how to disable the proxy?

    The error that I get:

     EntityName > OWA - VMG132 (Client Access) - Datacenter </ EntityName > 
      < Computer > VMG132.<internal-domain> </ Computer > 
      < HealthCategory > Availability </ HealthCategory > 
      < HealthState > Red </ HealthState > 
      < MonitorType > Khi </ MonitorType > 
      < MonitorName > KHI: Outlook Web App connectivity (Internal) transaction failures. </ MonitorName > 
      < MonitorId > {7a317733-f3e2-81c7-677a-0953d3a2d55a} </ MonitorId > 
      < ProblemTime > 29/06/2012 14:05:18 </ ProblemTime > 
    < Description > 
      < d > One or more of the Outlook Web App connectivity tests failed. Detailed information: </ d > 
      < d > ------------------------------------- </ d > 
      < d > Target: VMG132.<internal-domain>|Datacenter </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d > Error: The test encountered an error while making the initial request to Outlook Web App. </ d > 
      < d > HTTP code: 407 </ d > 
      < d > Client Access server: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d > URL: https://webmail.<external-domain>/owa/ </ d > 
      < d > Mailbox: Datacenter </ d > 
      < d > Virtual directory: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d > Details: </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d > [16:05:16.642] : This URL type is Internal, so any certificate will be trusted. </ d > 
      < d > [16:05:16.642] : Sending the HTTP GET logon request without credentials for authentication type verification. </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d > [16:05:16.658] : The test encountered an error while making the initial request to Outlook Web App. </ d > 
      < d > HTTP code: 407 </ d > 
      < d > Client Access server: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d > URL: https://webmail.<external-domain>/owa/ </ d > 
      < d > Mailbox: Datacenter </ d > 
      < d > Virtual directory: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d > Authentication Method: </ d > 
      < d > Mailbox Server: VMG133.<internal-domain> </ d > 
      < d > Client Access Server Name: VMG132.<internal-domain> </ d > 
      < d > Scenario: Logon </ d > 
      < d > Scenario Description: Sign in to Outlook Web App and verify the response page. </ d > 
      < d > User Name: extest_21c7a0d7254f4 </ d > 
      < d > Performance Counter Name: Logon Latency </ d > 
      < d > Result: Failure </ d > 
      < d > Site: Datacenter </ d > 
      < d > Latency: -00:00:00.0010000 </ d > 
      < d > Secure Access: True </ d > 
      < d > ConnectionType: Plaintext </ d > 
      < d > Port: 0 </ d > 
      < d > Latency (ms): -1 </ d > 
      < d > Virtual Directory Name: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d > URL: https://webmail.<external-domain>/owa/ </ d > 
      < d > URL Type: Internal </ d > 
      < d > Error: </ d > 
      < d > The test encountered an error while making the initial request to Outlook Web App. </ d > 
      < d > HTTP code: 407 </ d > 
      < d > Client Access server: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d > URL: https://webmail.<external-domain>/owa/ </ d > 
      < d > Mailbox: Datacenter </ d > 
      < d > Virtual directory: owa (Default Web Site) </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d /> 
      < d /> 
      < d /> 
      < d > ------------------------------------- </ d > 
      < d /> 
      < d /> 
      < d /> 
      < d > Diagnostic command: "Test-OwaConnectivity -TestType:Internal -MonitoringContext:$true -TrustAnySSLCertificate:$true -LightMode:$true" </ d > 
      < d > EventSourceName: MSExchange Monitoring OWAConnectivity Internal </ d > 
      </ Description > 
      < EventSource > MSExchange Monitoring OWAConnectivity Internal </ EventSource > 
      < EventID > 1001 </ EventID > 
      < Knowledge > http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=67336&id=4F028C01-AFBF-4093-A4DE-C1081FB53C02 </ Knowledge > 
      < AlertName > Outlook Web App connectivity (Internal) transaction failures. </ AlertName > 
      < EscalationTeam > OWA </ EscalationTeam > 
      < Actionable > Actionable </ Actionable > 
      < Urgent > Urgent </ Urgent > 
      < ProblemId > <CorrelatedProblemId>7a317733-f3e2-81c7-677a-0953d3a2d55a</CorrelatedProblemId> </ ProblemId > 
      < Priority > 2 </ Priority > 
      < Severity > 2 </ Severity > 
    

    Friday, June 29, 2012 2:52 PM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Try to remove it with Netsh winhttp reset proxy


    http://OpsMgr.ru/

    • Marked as answer by Yog Li Thursday, July 5, 2012 3:42 AM
    Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:22 AM

All replies

  • Hi,

    Try to remove it with Netsh winhttp reset proxy


    http://OpsMgr.ru/

    • Marked as answer by Yog Li Thursday, July 5, 2012 3:42 AM
    Saturday, June 30, 2012 3:22 AM
  • Hi,

    As this thread has been quiet for a while, we assume that the issue has been resolved. At this time, we will mark it as "Answered" as the previous steps should be helpful for many similar scenarios.

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    Thursday, July 5, 2012 3:42 AM