Re: Exchange Server AS4.1 Error 85010014
- From: "Narna" <Narna@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 00:48:29 -0800
I have allso posted this tread on an Norwegian site, but with no luck.
Thats right. Am still stuck.
But one of the users said that "It is important that the name on my
certificate is the same as the servernameadress. If the name on certificate
is "server01", I must have the corresponding name in serveradress space on
ActiveSync on my PocketPC and allso have the same value in the "hostfile" on
my Qtek 9100, and set up my internett connection for "Work Connection".
Can anyone in here confirm that. And if so, where can I find the hostfile on
my Qtek 9100 and what does he meens by setting up the internett connection
for "Work COnnections". (I have posted a message on the Norwegian forum, on
this, but he have not replyed on it, thats way am posting it in here)
I am getting this error in server form, but the problem cant be on my.
server. I have over 100 phones connecting to the server and working
just fine...and one throwing the 85010014 server error.
This does not involve a pst, so any solutions aimed at that arent going
I have done all of the basic hard reset, uninstall reinstall stuff.
Well, am running OWA. I have a laptop at work and pulg it online when I come
home and have configured Outlook over RPC/HTTP and that is working fine.
Hmmm i dont know what that error means as well, but there must be something
that I can do too make my Qtek work with ActiveSync and my Exchange.
I have browesed many sites and forums on the net, and a common problem is
when you make your own certificate. I know MS is trying to make it diffircult
to us that make our own cerftificate so that 3 parties company can make money
selling certificate. But this is getting .... well yes, stupid.
But am not gonna stop trying, so if you guys that reads this have any other
good ideas.... write them here and am gonna try it out ::)
"Dr. Baltz" wrote:
If you aren't running OWA on the Exchange server, Enable Intergrated
Windows Authentication on the server and require 128-bit SSL and it
should be fine. I haven't tested because that is not the configuration
in my company, but I do know that that error 85010014 comes from not
having Integrated Windows Authentication enabled on the server where
the mobile device is accessing the end users mailbox.
NOTE: If you are running OWA, don't do the above, it will really mess
up the login portion of OWA.
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