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Neil Hobson on October 28, 2006 at AM Permalink | Comments (5) | Track Back Following on from my OWA synthetic logon post yesterday, I thought it a good time to talk about the OWACHECK. It can be quite difficult to troubleshoot the OWA synthetic logons that MOM 2005 performs within your Exchange environment. EXE tool can help you here, so let me explain what it does.
The tool is just a single executable file which is available from Microsoft PSS as I said earlier.
EXE tells you where the output file has been created, typically in the folder.
Examine the output file, owacheck.log, for evidence of either success or failure.
Next, enable debugging on this Exchange server by adding the following registry key: Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Exchange MOMValue: REG_DWORDValue Name: Debug LSValue Data: 1 Now go to a command prompt and execute OWACHECK.Exchange Web Services has been updated the most from the previous SDK release back in April 2007. Neil Hobson on July 25, 2007 at AM Permalink | Comments (0) | Track Back I have been avoiding saying anything about the DST update process for Exchange, mostly because it is challenging to hit a moving target.The Exchange 2003 updated SDK was last released in June 2007. But I think today, we may be where we need to be to get this adjustment implemented on Exchange servers.It has a couple of added command line options and manages public folder changes as well.Look for KB 930879 How to address daylight savings time with the Exchange Calendar Update tool to be updated today.