"FederationInformation could not be received" and "405 ...
ServiceModelReg.exe –r Note You may have to restart IIS after you run this command. Method 2: Check the handler mappings at the server level. In IIS Manager, expand Default Web Site, and then select the Autodiscover virtual directory. Open the Handler Mappings. If the svc-Integrated handler mapping is present, go to step 8.

"Exception has been thrown by the target" error in a ...
Note Before you follow these steps, back up your IIS configuration. To resolve this issue, run the ServiceModelReg.exe –r command to reinstall the handler mappings in IIS. To do this, follow these steps: On the Exchange Server 2010 hybrid server, open a Command Prompt window, and then move to the following folder:

"Exception has been thrown by the target" error in a ...
To resolve this issue, run the ServiceModelReg.exe –r command to reinstall the handler mappings in IIS. To do this, follow these steps: On the Exchange Server 2010 hybrid server, open a Command Prompt window, and then move to the following folder:

Exchange 2010 Office 365 hybrid, error running HCW ...
ServiceModelReg.exe –r You may have to restart IIS after running this command, and then re-run the HCW to check the result. Additionally, please make sure that the port 80 is open. And you can also run the PowerShell cmdletget-federationinformation on Hybrid server and Office 365 to see if you can get the correct outputs.
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