Philippines Community Leaders Meetup with Microsoft MVP’s

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So I had a chance to attend this meetup hosted at Fairmont hotel last December 6.

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Got to meet new faces and met some older (much older) ones. Its an exciting time to work with these fellow leaders, especially on the OSS community here in the Philippines.

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So thanks to Microsoft PH DX and our South East Asia Lead for inviting us and meeting us also in the event. Hope you guys can fly back here and see you guys soon!

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Exchange ECP HTTP Error 500.19 MSExchangeECPAppPool.config ApplicationHost.config (0x8007000d)

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Spoiler alert!: IIS keeps history of config files!

Well, Somethings wrong!

2 days ago, I helped the customer deploy their new Exchange 2013.  Everything is fine then, we had OWA and ECP running. Today I was called because they decided to add new mailboxes and cant access the ECP.

As troubleshooting, I opened the IIS Management Console and was presented with this:

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Opened the File and this came up. My reaction: What’s this!? Config files for aliens?!

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More background first for troubleshooting:

1. Client Installed .NET Framework 3.5 and ASP.NET 3.5 thinking this is missing.

2. Client Restarted everything. Yea, the have you tried turning it on and off again.

 

So le me, going back to the original problem: the Config file is corrupt!

Good guy IIS, always create a copy of the config history under INETPUB!  So I just go to that folder and under the second to the last CFG History I copied the applicationhost.config.

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Now go to The Inetserv Config folder under System32 (as the error said and rename the applicationhost with .old so that you have a backup copy of it. Then paste the applicationhost.config here.

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Back to work now and Happy deployment!

Have you seen the TechNet Flash PH for May 2011?

Check your inbox if you are already subscribed to the newsletter. There are a lot of items that are included that might be able to help you on your career specially on the Learn Section:

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Click the the Complimentary Exam Coaching Session Link and see these resources:

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For those that are planning to take certification exams, these are very useful links and I found them at TechNet flash, so if you havent yet Subscribe now!

Have you seen the TechNet Flash Philippines for this Month?

If you have not, please check out an amazing article by Dindo Fernando of Microsoft Philippines on how he explains “Cloud Computing”:

buy a car –> traditional/on-premise technology;

rent a car –> cloud computing

Pretty neat huh?

Also please do check out the MVP Highlights:

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