We are migrating from one Exchange 5.5 server on Windows 2000 Server to a new Exchange 2003 SP1 server on Windows Server 2003. E2K3 is installed, connected to the old site, AD working, and I have successfully moved a number of users' mailboxes. Next step is to migrate public folders, but when I enter the command "pfmigrate.wsf /s:oldserver /t:newserver /r", I get an error saying:
Failed to enumerate public folders
Could not locate the root folder. Ensure that your default virtual server is running and it is configured correctly. If you have used the IIS Lockdown or URL Scanning security tools on your server, go to http://support.microsoft.com for more information about running these tools.
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Microsoft Exchange Management
Niether URLScan nor IIS Lockdown have been used on either the old or the new server. I can manually replicate public folders from Exch5.5 Manager, but I'd rather not have to do this for all of them!
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