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can not change public folder properties

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Old 1st November 2006, 17:49
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Hi

Having exchange 2003, when I try to change some properties of the public folders within ESM I got the following error:

Error: Id no. 80090328
The Received certificate has expired.

I am using local certificate for SSL (microsoft CA),I found that the certificate has expired. I had renewed the certificate but still the same problem.
then I removed the whole certificate from the default web site and still same error message.
after that I enabled SSL again as in http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/..._OWA_2003.html
and still facing the same error message.

any idea.......

thanks in advance
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Turn off "require SSL" on the /public virtual directory in IIS.

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Many thanks to Sembee for replying me.

but that does not solve the problem , even I tried the same thing with the Exadmin virtual directory .

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After making the change, did you do anything else?

Try dropping in to a command prompt and then typing

iisreset

And press enter.
Then restart ESM and see what happens.

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