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Exchange 2007 Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine,The error number is 0x8004010f.

Posted by viralr on November 4, 2011

Problem Description :  Event Id 8207   is frquently occurring on the server :-
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Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine,The error number is 0x8004010f.
 
 
 
Resolution :-
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1) For Outlook  2003 user make sure you have OAB public folder under system folders,use the following procedure to create OAB public folder
 
 1) Open Powershell
2) Run the command
 
Get-PublicFolder “\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy” –recurse |fl name,*rep*

3) Found “First Administrative Group” replica is missing ,this replica is needed for old outlook 2003clients

PS] C:\Windows\System32>Get-PublicFolder “\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy”
 -recurse |fl name,*rep*

Name                           : SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY
LocalReplicaAgeLimit           :
Replicas                       : {}
ReplicationSchedule            : {}
UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True
Name                           : EX:/o=YourORGNAme/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)
LocalReplicaAgeLimit           :
Replicas                       : {Public Folder Database}
ReplicationSchedule            : {}
UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True
 
4) To resolve this issue run the following command
 
new-publicfolder -name “EX:/o=YourORGNAME/ou=First Administrative Group” -path “\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy”
 
Note :  “EX:/o=YourORGNAME (Please change this value to your organization Name ,you will get your organization name from above command)
 

5) Make sure you have now First Administrative Group” replica as per below results ………………

Get-PublicFolder “\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy” –recurse |fl name,*rep*

[PS] C:\Windows\System32>Get-PublicFolder “\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy”
 -recurse |fl name,*rep*
Name                           : SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY
LocalReplicaAgeLimit           :
Replicas                       : {}
ReplicationSchedule            : {}
UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True
Name                           : EX:/o=YourORGNAME/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)
LocalReplicaAgeLimit           :
Replicas                       : {Public Folder Database}
ReplicationSchedule            : {}
UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True
Name                           : EX:/o=YourORGNAME/ou=First Administrative Group
LocalReplicaAgeLimit           :
Replicas                       : {Public Folder Database}
ReplicationSchedule            : {}
UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True
 
If the above steps does not resolve the issue,then check the following points………….
 
 -Outlook 2007  uses Autodiscover and OAB virtual directory to download the OAB.
-From EMC make sure you have OAB Web based distribution enabled
-On Exchange 2007  under Program file>Microsoft>Exchanhe server you have ExchangeOAB folder which is shared (this will be -created if 2007 server is generating OAB)and you will see a folder inside it with guid value.
-In CAS server Restart Microsoft Exchange file distribution service.
-In CAS server open IIS and check for OAB virtual directory and see if there is any folder un it (guid value).Make sure  Autodiscover and OAB URL are set correctly,to set the URL follow KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940726
 
–Hope this post helps to resolve 8207 issue.
 
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2 Responses to “Exchange 2007 Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine,The error number is 0x8004010f.”

  1. It Works said

    Thanks a lot…works!!

  2. Matt said

    Thank you!

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