Exchange management console error on Exchange Server 2010

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I am posting here my problem that I encountered while I was browsing the internet using the Internet Explorer. An error message appeared on my screen: "An error has occurred in the script on this page".

Internet Explorer Script Error

An error has occurred in the script on this page

Line: 89

Char: 1

Error: Object expected

Code; 0

URL: wlmahtml: (92763A92-0804-44A0-8218-6EF8C61081A3) mid:/00000012

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

The error message which is pasted above is very strange. It just pops up on my screen in almost all of the web pages that I view and it’s very annoying. I remember yesterday when I scanned my computer there were a lot of virus found, but the Antivirus software managed to remove all the virus and after that this error keeps on flashing on my screen every time I use the interne. Please share some ideas on this scenario.

Thanks a lot.

Best Answer by Warren Holzman
Answered By 0 points N/A #84269

Exchange management console error on Exchange Server 2010


Hello Jeffrey,

The issue has been resolved by Microsoft by introducing an update. If your computer has set up to download the automatic updates, it will be automatically downloaded and installed on the computer.

You can also manually download the update from the following web link MICROSOFT UPDATE.

To install the update you should have Exchange Server 2010 and Interim Updates for Exchange Server 2010 installed prior to installing this update rollup.

Download the update from the above web link and follow the below steps to install it:

  1. Click Next on the Welcome page.
  2. Select “I accept the License Terms”, and then click Next on the License Terms page.
  3. Then click Finish.

Hope this helps.



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Answered By 0 points N/A #195943

Exchange management console error on Exchange Server 2010


This error applies to Windows IE 7 and 8.

Internet Explorer displays error messages when there is a problem on the website with the JavaScript or VBScript code, in so many cases you can ignore these errors. Script errors can also be caused by downloading a webpage, sometimes the webpage itself is the error. A simple solution about this problem is to refresh the webpage. In the near future if you don’t want to see these script errors, you can turn off debugging and notifications in the Internet Explorer.

Here are the steps on how to turn it off

Note: By default, script error debugging and notifications are turned off, if accidentally this has been turned on you can turn them off again, here’s how:

– Open Internet Explorer in your desktop (if you made a shortcut there).
– Click the Tools, a drop-down list should be displayed.
– Choose Internet Options.
– On the Internet Options, click the Advanced Tab.
– You should check the Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable script debugging (Other).
– Uncheck the Display of the notification about every script error check box, and then click OK.

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