When users click on Send/Receive button in Outlook they receive 0x80190194:
Outlook Send/Receive Error 0x80190194
In the Exchange powershell if you try to update the OAB (update-OfflineAddressBook) you receive the following error:
To resolve this issue:
- Open ADSIEdit on the Exchange Server
- Choose Connect to
- In the connection settings in the Select a well know Naming Context choose Configuration
- Navigate to CN=Address-Templates,CN=Addressing,CN=Organisation,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=domain,DC=local
- Check if there are any strings with “\0ACNF:<GUID>”
- ADSIEdit strings with “\0ACNF:”
- Delete strings identified in previous step
- Open Exchange Power Shell and type: Update-OfflineAddressBook –Identity <Identity>
- Check Send/Receive finish successfully on client machine
Although you can manage permissions in Exchange Management Shell, in ecp when you click on Manage Permissions on specific folder the following page is shown:
500 Unexpected Error
To resolve this issue:
1. Use PowerShell to check Public Folder Client Permissions:
PS > Get-PublicFolderClientPermission \FolderName |Format-List
2. Check if any user has a SID instead of a username
3. Remove users with SID if any:
PS > Remove-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity \FolderName -User NT:S-1-1-11-11111111-1111111111111-1111
4. Check if you can manage Public Folder permissions via ecp
The most probable reason is Security settings on user account in Active Directory.
Check Application Section in the Event Viewer of a new Exchange Server.
Event Viewer EventID 1008
Search for warnings with the following details:
Source: MSExchange ActiveSync
Event ID: 1008
Description: An exception occurred and was handled by Exchange ActiveSync. This may have been caused by an outdated or corrupted Exchange ActiveSync device partnership. This can occur if a user tries to modify the same item from multiple computers. If this is the case, Exchange ActiveSync will re-create the partnership with the device. Items will be updated at the next synchronization.
Although Microsoft suggests to wait for the partnership to be updated automatically (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff981815(v=exchg.141).aspx). You can proceed to next steps to see if the problem is in security configuration of the user account.
- Open Active Directory Users and Computers. Find the affected user account and open Properties of the user.
- In the User Properties window, navigate to Security tab and click on Advanced (To view Security tab you need to enable Advanced Features in Active Directory: View >>> check Advanced Features)
User Account Properties
3. In the Advanced Security Settings window click on Enable Inheritance. If it is already enabled (when there is only Disable Inheritance button), click on Restore Defaults.
Advanced Security Settings
Check if Inheritance is enabled in the Security settings for other users.