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Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Error Codes


4.2.1 unable to connect
400 4.4.7 message delayed
451 4.4.0 DNS query failed
AD Schema is not up-to-date and Ldifde.exe is not installed
Backing Up Exchange Data … In Case of Emergency
Barracuda backup doesn't clear exchange log files
Cannot install Exchange 2010 on Win Server 2k8R2
Can send email using SMTP server
Can't add multiple recipients to forward to in Exchange

can't view calendar on exchange 2010 user


CAS 2010 access to 2003 mailboxes
CAS server OWA doesn't work in Exchange Cluster
Changes in the user/group list are required or remove permission
Cmdlet failed. Cmdlet Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy

Could not find Public Store associated with Public


DAG Windows Failover Clustering Configuration
DAG disconnected and re-synchronizing
Delete Log Files After Backup Exchange 2010
Disaster Recovery in a 3 Server DAC DAG
Don't see the global security group under EMC
Event ID 4006: The connection was dropped by the remote host
Error: An error occurred while performing the seed operation
Error: Passive copy 'database name' is not in a good state. Status: Failed
Errors to access Calendar in Exchange 2010 environment
EMC Initialization failed:  - Resolution with screenshots
EMC Initialization Failed: unknown user name or password
Exchange 2007 and 2010 can't receive email issues
Exchange 2007 and 2010 can't send email issues
Exchange 2007 and 2010 Initialization Failed Error
Exchange 2010 & External Outlook client having autodiscovery ...
Exchange 2010 unable to access EMC or EMS
Exchange 2010 DAG Copy Status: Service Down
Exchange 2010: Initialization failed when opening EMC
Exchange 2010 Management Console Initialization Failed
Exchange 2010 - OWA ERROR 500
Exchange 2010 OWA Options doesn't work
Exchange 2010 Replication Copy Status: Failed and Suspected, Disconnected and Resynchronizing
Exchange 2010 Installation - Cannot run setup /preparead ...
Exchange 2010 shows Failed and Suspended in the Copy of Status
Exchange 2010 SP2 Upgrade Issues

Exchange 2010 Standard Max database size limit


Exchange and Network issues because Multicast setting
Exchange CAS doesn't work
Exchange CAS is low spaces - Resolution with screenshots
Exchange Database shows Disconnected and Desynchronizing Status - Resolution with screenshots
Exchange Server 2010 issues with OWA following update rollup
Failed to cleanup the source mailbox after the move
Fixing Exchange Database Failed and Suspended - Resolution with screenshots
“hide address” still shows on Global Dress List

IPAD user cannot connect to the Exchange server 2010


Issues with Exchange Autodiscover
Log Management 101 for Exchange 2010
MS Transporter Suite (Target Server Error)
Move email queue from one Exchange server to another Exchange server

No Exchange organization container was found in the domain
Operation can't be performed because mailbox was reconnected
Out of office for external users is not working in Exchange
Outlook anywhere

Outlook Anywhere doesn’t work
Outlook can't run with Exchange offline
OWA: Your request couldn't be completed - Resolution with screenshots

Problem - Exchange Server 2010 - Active Sync IPhone
Problems with Microsoft Exchange OAB

Public folders were not successfully moved to the Exchange 2010 server

Remove Exchange 2003 after migrating to 2010
Remove Exchange 2007
RPC/HTTP Exchange 2007
Server Configuration doesn't show in EMC - Resolution with screenshots
SBS Exchange error: security certificate has been expired
Some Outlook can't access Exchange 2010
The internal transport certificate cannot be removed because that would cause the Microsoft Exchange Transport service to stop
The Outlook keeps asking for entering credentials - Resolution with screenshots
The seed request for database 'Database name' encountered an error during seeding
The Microsoft Exchange Replication service encountered an unexpected error in log replay
The Name of the Security Certificate Is Invalid or Does Not Match the Name of the Site

The user "domain\administrator" isn't assigned to any management roles
There are lot email stay in queue with 4.7.7 Delay message
This item cannot be displayed in the Reading Pane
This may have occurred for security reason or because your session timed out  - Resolution with screenshots
You don't have sufficient permissions to view this data
Your meeting was forwarded issue in Outlook and OWA
W3SVC1 eats a lot spaces
Why the Outlook user can't receive the emails?
Why can't see email address in GAL

 

 

The user domain\username isn't assigned to any management roles

You don't have sufficient permissions to view this data

 

Case 1: When a member of domain administrators tries to open Exchange Management Console, you may receive "The domain\username isn't assigned to any management roles" message.

 

Resolution: you may need to add the user to the Organization Management group. To do that, open Active Directory Users and Computers>Microsoft Exchange Security Groups. Double click on the Organization Management and then select Members tab. Add the user to the group.

 

Case 2: When accessing Exchange 2010 Console, you may receive this message: "You don't have sufficient permissions to view this data".

Resolution: Add the user to Organization Management group as mentioned in case 1.

Case 3: When you launch the Management Powershell, you get this error:
VERBOSE: Connecting to myserver.mydomain.internal
[myserver.mydomain.internal]
Processing data from remote server failed with the following error message:
The user "mydomain\administrator" isn't assigned to any management roles.
For more information, see the about_Remote_Troubleshooting Help topic.
Failed to connect to any Exchange Server in the current site.

whoami command confirms the user is a member of the following groups:
Administrators
Delegated Setup
Discovery Management
Domain Admins
Domain Users
Enterprise Admins
Exchange Organization Administrators
GPO Creator Owners
Organization Management
Schema Admins
Server Management

 

Resolution: Quoted from the internet:

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There’s an issue where, if setup fails at a specific point, subsequent attempts to install Exchange 2010 could result in the administrative management role assignments not being created. If this happens, you will receive errors saying you don’t have permissions to use the Exchange Management Console or Shell. If you look at the roles assigned to the Organization Management role group, you’ll see only roles that begin with "My".

IMPORTANT – If you receive permissions errors when attempting to open the console or the shell, the most common cause of this is the use of an application on the Exchange 2010 server that uses credentials other than the administrative credentials used to install Exchange 2010. To test whether this is the cause any permissions problems you’re experiencing, follow the New-PSSession instructions in the "EMC Permissions Gone" thread to open a manual shell connection. If you receive the correct permissions using this manual connection method, you have conflicting credentials in the Windows credential cache. Clear out those credentials and try again. If this doesn’t resolve your issue, please continue reading.

To determine whether this issue is the reason you are missing permissions, perform the following steps on the Exchange 2010 server:

(This procedure requires that you search in specific directions using the Find feature of your text editor. If your text editor doesn’t have a direction option with the Find feature, use Notepad)

1. Open the ExchangeSetup.Log file in a text editor. This file is located in x:\ExchangeSetupLogs where x is the Exchange 2010 installation drive.

2. Search from the top of the file in the down direction for the string Install-CannedRbacRoleAssignments

3. You should find a line that starts with the following (note: this line may indicate a failure, that can be ignored for the purpose of this discussion):

[] [1] Executing 'Install-CannedRbacRoleAssignments -InvocationMode $RoleInstallationMode –DomainController…

4. Then search from this line in the up direction for the string $RoleInstallationMode

5. Look for "BuildToBuildUpgrade" in the following line:

[] [2] Launching sub-task '$error.Clear(); $RoleInstallationMode = "BuildToBuildUpgrade"'.

If you see BuildToBuildUpgrade on the RoleInstallationMode line, then a previous installation failure has caused this issue and the steps below should resolve it. If you see Install in the RoleInstallationMode line, do not perform the steps below. Your issue may have another cause. Start a new thread and we’ll help you investigate your issue.

WARNING – The Install-CannedRbacRoleAssignments cmdlet could result in the loss of role assignment customizations in the Exchange 2010 organization. This cmdlet should only be run in association with the following procedure on new installations of Exchange 2010.

IMPORTANT – The following procedure should only be performed if you’re experiencing this exact issue. Do not run the Install-CannedRbacRoleAssignments cmdlet or any other Exchange setup cmdlet (available only by using the Add-PSSnapin cmdlet below) without direction from Microsoft. Doing so could irreparably damage your Exchange installation.

Do the following on the Exchange 2010 server using the same account used to install Exchange 2010.

1) Open Windows PowerShell (not the Exchange Management Shell)

a. If you have UAC enabled, right click Windows PowerShell and click Run as administrator.

2) Run Start-Transcript c:\RBAC.txt and press enter

a. This will start logging all commands and output you type to a text file.

3) Run Add-PSSnapin *setup and press enter

a. This adds the setup snap-in which contains the setup cmdlets used by Exchange during install. You may see errors about loading a format data file. You can ignore those errors.
DO NOT run any other cmdlets in this snap-in without direction from Microsoft. Doing so could irreparably damage your Exchange installation.

4) Run Install-CannedRbacRoleAssignments -InvocationMode Install -Verbose and press enter.

a. This cmdlet should create the required role assignments between the role groups and roles that should have been created during setup.

b. Be sure you run with the Verbose switch so we can capture what the cmdlet does.

5) Run Remove-PSSnapin *setup and press enter

6) Run $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri http:///PowerShell/ -Authentication Kerberos and press enter

a. Be sure to replace with the FQDN of your server.

7) Run Import-PSSession $Session and press enter

8) Run Get-ManagementRoleAssignment and press enter

9) Run Stop-Transcript and press enter

When you ran the Get-ManagementRoleAssignment cmdlet above, several dozen assignments should have been shown. If yes, try opening the EMC and see if you have permissions to do anything, such as create a new mailbox. If yes, then you’re set. If not, please start a new thread and indicate that you’ve already performed this procedure. We’ll try and help you investigate your issue. Save your setup logs and the RBAC.txt file to help with the investigation."

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