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Sterling -> "Bookmark is not valid." message on new profile creation?? (24.Feb.2007 10:58:49 AM)

I've got a working RPC to Exchange through ISA 2004 setup.

But when trying to add new profiles I get "The action could not be completed. The bookmark is not valid."

WTF??

I've read around here and there something about DNS not matching up or the Global Catalog this and that.

This is WORKING for current profiles, so somewhere there has to be something switched on to allow NEW profiles to connect.

I've even tried VPN into the internal subnet and adding the profile but get the same message.

The computer name is eb-services. I've tried the domain eb-services.intralink.local and I've created an external DNS entry for it at eb-services.rapidwave.net to point to the public IP. I've also tried adding hosts file entry for eb-services and eb-services.intralink.local.

Seems like I'm close, but something is just not quite there.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!




Sterling -> RE: "Bookmark is not valid." message on new profile creation?? (24.Feb.2007 7:04:10 PM)

After reading a lot of useless posts about GC this and AD that and reinstalling Exchange etc etc. I finally fixed this I think.

All I did was go to the Global Address List in Exchange objects and hit properties. Then I added the user that was having a problem to the security tab.

Works.

Not sure what the side affects of doing this are, and it's probably a "hack", but at this point I could care less as long as it's working.





gazy007 -> RE: "Bookmark is not valid." message on new profile creation?? (5.Mar.2011 11:27:25 AM)

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ORIGINAL: Sterling

After reading a lot of useless posts about GC this and AD that and reinstalling Exchange etc etc. I finally fixed this I think.

All I did was go to the Global Address List in Exchange objects and hit properties. Then I added the user that was having a problem to the security tab.

Works.

Not sure what the side affects of doing this are, and it's probably a "hack", but at this point I could care less as long as it's working.




Hi Sterling,

Did you work out anything else ? Can I ask you what permissions did you give to that user for GAL. Thanks




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