I have an SBS 2003 R2 server.
When, in Exchange System Manager, I expand the Public Folders object, I get the following error :
The token supplied to the function is invalid.
On http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324345 it is explained that I should clear the “Require secure channel (SSL) check box” on Exeadmin.
On http://forums.msrportal.com/archive/index.php?t-5131.html I found :
The key point is that you should not require SSL on Exadmin virtual directory.
Odd, because it’s set on SBS 2003 by default.
I have checked at 2 other SBS 2003 servers that I can connect to right now and they don’t have this problem, though they both have that SSL checkmark enabled at Exeadmin.
The difference I think of now is that I have a bought SSL certificate and the 2 others both have a self signed SSL certificate, but that does not contain the inside FQDN of the server.
The solution does work for me, but what are the consequences ?
What is this virtual directory Exeadmin for ?
Why does it happen on my server and not those 2 others ?
What do the guru’s here think ?
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