You still receive unexpected error messages when you run the Test-OwaConnectivity command or the Test-ActiveSyncConnectivity command after you apply hotfix KB954213 on an Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1-based server
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You apply the hotfix that is described in Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article 954213 on a computer that is running Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1). Then, when you run the Test-OwaConnectivity command or theTest-ActiveSyncConnectivity command in Exchange Management Shell, you still receive unexpected error messages.
WARNING: The test was unable to log on to Outlook Web Access because of an authentication failure. WARNING: The test for URL '<OWA URL>' failed. AuthenticationMethod : FBA ClientAccessServer : <servername> Scenario : Logon ScenarioDescription : Log on to Outlook Web Access and verify the response page. PerformanceCounterName : Logon Latency Result : Skipped MailboxServer : <servername>StartTime : <Date, Time>Latency : <Time>SecureAccess : True Error : The test was unable to log on to Outlook Web Access because of an authentication failure. UserName : <username> VirtualDirectoryName : owa (Default Web Site) Url : <owa URL>UrlType : Internal EventType : Warning Port : 0 ConnectionType : Plaintext
ClientAccessServer : <servername>Scenario : Options ScenarioDescription : To retrieve the Exchange ActiveSync protocol version, issue an HTTP OPTIONS command. PerformanceCounterName : DirectPush Latency Result : Failure MailboxServer : <servername>StartTime : <Date, Time>Latency : <time>SecureAccess : True Error : [System.Net.WebException]: The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized.......
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954213 All Test commands that are related to the Client Access Server fail when you run the commands on an Exchange 2007 server in a disjoint namespace
This problem occurs when a test user is automatically created after you run the Test-OwaConnectivity command or the Test-ActiveSyncConnectivity command on the Client Access server. When the user is created, the UserPrincipalName property is set with the domain name of the mailbox server. Typically, the Exchange server assumes that the mailbox server's domain name is always an Active Directory directory service domain name and uses the UserPrincipalName property in the "domain\user" format. However, the Active Directory domain name does not apply in a disjoint namespace scenario.
To resolve this problem, install Update Rollup 9 for Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1. For more information about Update Rollup 9 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1, see the following Exchange Help topic: