Windows 10: Cannot connect to our company's Exchange server after upgrading to W10
Cannot connect to our company's Exchange server after upgrading to W10
I upgraded to Windows 10 (from 8.1) begin of last week and since Outlook 2013 on my system cannot connect to our company's Exchange server anymore, at least not while on the "internet". If I'm inside the company network or I connect via VPN everything works fine. Before that I was able to connect from "anywhere".
The network and firewall people claim, they haven't changed anything. It might of course simply be a stupid coincidence, but I think that is quite unlikely, so I suspect, that the Windows 10 upgrade brought some change in networking, connection setup, encryption, authentication or whatever that now prevents me from connecting to the Exchange server from outside our company network.
Being disconnected from Email (or requiring to always be connected via VPN) is a nuisance. Any ideas or suggestions what could cause this and how to remediate this?
I have 2 machines connected via a switch. They both have shared folders. They both run a piece of software. One machine acts as a master the other connects to it for data.
The issue is that the "Server" service is randomly stopping...
Source: Exchange Server 2016: Forged in the cloud. Now available on-premises. - Exchange Team Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
My first upgrade ended in failure. The second time, I removed my wifi adapter and it installed successfully.
I reinserted my wifi adapter, it only detects my neigbours router.
Anyone here have similar issues? The wifi adapter is a D-LINK DWA-125...
Source: Announcing Exchange Server 2016 Preview! - Exchange Team Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
Source: Coming soon: A first look at Exchange Server 2016 - Exchange Team Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs