|Subject:||Re: Missing OMA and Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync IIS virtual direct|
|Posted by:||Patrick B. (Patrick …@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Sat, 3 Mar 2007|
Thanks for your help Lee. I finally called the MS Exchange support group and
the following was the fix:
1. Using ADSIEDIT we navigated through Configuration
Container>>Services>>Microsoft Exchange>>Administrative Groups>>First
Administrative Group>>Server>>Properties of the Server
2. Enabled Show only attributes that have values.
3. Located the attribute Heuristics found that the value was 805310468.
4. We changed it to 270012416
5. We added OMA and ActiveSync using ESM
The OMA and Activesync originally cannot be added using ESM as they were
grayed out. Steps 1-4 fixed this.
"Lee Derbyshire [MVP]" wrote:
> "Patrick B." <Patric…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I added OMA and ActiveSync on the IIS doing what you suggested
> > using IIS from the other server). The two web sites are shown now in IIS
> > but
> > still do not show under ESM. I am assuming that this is not good..
> The settings for OMA and A/S VDirs are supposed to be transferred from ESM
> to the IIS metabase. Since you created them in IIS Manager, it means that
> they will not appear in ESM, because the settings aren't transferred the
> other way. They might still work, though. Have you tried browsing to
> http://servername/oma ?
> Outlook Web Access for PDA and WAP:
Re: Missing OMA and Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync IIS virtual direct posted by Lee Derbyshire [MVP] on Thu, 1 Mar 2007