No Exchange servers are available in any active directory sites

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I installed an Exchanged 2010 server after migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2010.

I rebooted and logged back in then I received this error “No Exchange servers are available in any active directory sites.

I was wondering what directory site it is referring to.

Exchange Management Console

Initialization failed

The following error occurred while searching for the on-premises Exchange server:

No Exchange servers are available in any Active Directory sites. You can't connect to remote Powershell on a computer

that only has the Management Tools role installed. It was running the command 'Discover -ExchangeServer -UseWIA

$true -SuppressError $true -CurrentVersion 'Version 14.1 (Build 218.15)" .

Click here to retry

Does it have anything to do with my user accounts?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #140011

No Exchange servers are available in any active directory sites

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Hi,

Did you check if there are any other servers in the Organization Management servers that you can connect to. A few possible solutions for your problems are:

1. Create a new user as a domain account. Then try to complete the process.

2. If it doesn't work then uninstall Exchange server completely from your computer. Also remove any files that were not deleted during the uninstallation process.

3. Now reinstall Exchange 2010 in your computer and restart your computer.

Make sure that you use a domain account.

Hope this information helps you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #140012

No Exchange servers are available in any active directory sites

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Your EMC initialization error occurs due to the name resolution and IIS authentication configuration of Exchange Server 2010.

First of all fix the Domain Controllers name of your server. After that you have to reconfigure all IIS authentication. Ensure that Basic Authentication, Anonymous Authentication and Integrated Windows Authentication are enabled.

Hope it will solve your problem.

Answered By 0 points N/A #140013

No Exchange servers are available in any active directory sites

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  • You will need to fix the Name Resolution for the server, and then try resolving the name of your DCs / other Exchange boxes.
  • And then you will open IIS and then check the authentication providers. You will have to ensure that the following Authentication providers must be configured on Exchange boxes for IIS:
  1. Integrated Windows Authentication (Enabled).
  2. Anonymous Authentication (Enabled).
  3. Basic Authentication (Enabled).
  4. Digest Authentication (Enabled).

Regards,

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