Microsoft exchange 2010 (getFederationTrust error) current set of domain controllers

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Hi everyone,

I have a minor annoyance after I upgraded from Microsoft exchange 2003 to Microsoft exchange 2010.

I have windows 2008 R2 server with all FSMO roles as well as being a global catalog server. 

The issue is that about I have tried to go to a new panel in the EMC many times and I get the following error;

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An error caused a change in the current set of domain controllers. It was running the command 'Gel-FederationTrust'.

I can then simply click refresh, and whatever command the GUI was trying to run completes successfully.

It’s not related to the Get-FederationTrust it can be any command that the GUI runs. I've tried to set the configuration domain controller to both server 1 and server 2; it doesn’t appear to have any impact on this issue.

The information on several forums I have read is not of much help, and I have not been able to work out this problem. Everything else seems to be working out fine and no noticeable failures. I tried to even re install the server again but to no avail. Now I am stuck and looking for a solution as soon as possible.

Thank you.

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Microsoft exchange 2010 (getFederationTrust error) current set of domain controllers

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The error you are receiving may occur on different locations of your Exchange 2010 Management Console. It may appear with different error messages that has the same sentences on the error itself. But using the Exchange Management Shell can fix the issue. This error happens to me once, and logging on as another user fixed the issue.

The cause of the error "An error caused a change in the current set of domain controllers" is due to the Exchange Management Console that is located in "C:Users%username%AppDataroamingMicrosoftMMC" folder. Another way to fix the issue is to simply go to this folder and remove the Exchange Management Console.

 

 

 

 

 

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