Publishing Exchange 2007 may fail after installing the update "Update for Publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 for ISA Server 2006"


After installing the update “Update for Publishing Microsoft Exchange  Server 2007 for ISA Server 2006″ (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925403/en-us ), publishing Exchange 2007 using the Exchange RPC Server protocol may fail. Clients may be able to connect, but will not receive notifications for new messages. As a workaround, do the following:


1.       In ISA Server Management, click the Firewall Policy node.


2.       On the Toolbox tab, click Protocols.


3.       Click to expand Mail, and then double-click Exchange RPC Server.




4.       On the Interfaces tab, click Add.


5.       In Add/Edit Interfaces, do the following:


·         In Interface UUID, type {5261574a-4572-206e-b268-6b199213b4e4}


·         In Interface Name, specify a name for the interface.


·         In Interface Publishing Port, leave the default setting Publish a Dynamically Assigned Port.



6.       Apply the changes.


 


Doron Juster


ISA Server Sustained engineering group.


Comments (6)

  1. Anonymous says:

    This Blog entry offers a workaround for a problem with ISA2k6 when a published exchange 2007 outlook anywhere configuration fails after installing the update for publishing microsoft exchange server 2007 for isa server 2006 update. If you are attempting

  2. Anonymous says:

    News Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve made the suggested workaround but it’s not work.

    If I remove the update Outlook it return to work.

    any suggestion?

    thanks

  4. Anonymous says:

    This site has many useful links and great server information.

  5. Anonymous says:

    And now, the fix for the fix 🙂

    944764 Requests that have large request bodies may fail when you publish a Web site in ISA Server 2006

    944765 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/944765/) Description of the ISA Server 2006 hotfix package: November 6, 2007

    Regards