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Found the root of the problem. We updated our firewalls last week and upon update the default security filtering profile from WAN -> LAN changed to include SSL filtering, as such it resigns all SSL traffic and used the default SSL certificate, which was signed by our internal CA. Sometimes it's the simple things...
Exchange 2007 and newer versions stop you from performing a domain rename. Since you say that you're ditching on-premise Exchange that's not a factor. That opens up the door for what I think would be a much easier process than any kind of creation of a new forest or domain: Complete your migration to Office 365 and remove Exchange from your SBS 2011 ...
Step by step guide to export exchange server mailbox to higher version. http://exchangeserverstips.wordpress.com/2013/12/16/steps-to-move-exchange-server-mailbox-to-higher-version/
If using SBS2011 then Start the Windows SBS2011 Standard Console Click on the Network icon in the top bar Wait for the panel in the right to become active and then click on 'Fix My Network' Let the wizard search for problems. One of the problems it should find is the expired certificate. Clear all the checkboxes except the certificate one and click Next ...
Huh? Those "directories" are actually security principals, probably the owners of the files. They aren't directories at all. Given that, check and see if the dupe files are actually all in the same directories, or if these just look odd because of so many files having the same owners?
This issue is primarily connected with the installation of the Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 1. To fix this, perform the following steps: Open an Administrative command prompt. Change directory to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\BIN Run PSConfig.exe -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -force -cmd ...
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