The connection to the agent IP address was lost.
I unplugged the network calbe, restarted it in regular mode, and it booted up this time, but it ran like an absolute dog, and I can't get anything to run.
After five minutes, with no disk activity, I had to hard boot.Anyway here are the details.We need to modify the nfig file which can be found here C:Program FilesMicrosoftExchange you need to open the nfig file using Notepad and then use the find feature in notepad to quickly locate the following line in the file system.(make sure that YOU backup your registry before applying those changes).Enable ssl., next step is to add correct Ciphers, to do so you will have to navigate to the following key in the registry.Dword (32bit) Value, all origin games for value name Enabled, value date.Use regedit to add the following keys ( right click on protocols - new - key - SSL.0 then SSL.0 then TLS.0 ).
Enable ssl.here is SSL.0 enabled.
After working with a very helpful pmp exam practice test and study guide Microsoft Support manager, here are some updated suggestions to the problems identified in the first version of this article.
128/128, 128/128, DES 168/168, thats all!
Save the results to a text file in case you need them to re-set the virtual directory later (see Schyler Jones comment below on December 2, 2015).
I fill out the IP, domain admin account and password (I want to try a local admin account but for some reason I cannot find the local admin username or password anywhere).Problem, server 2008,server 2008 SBS and SBS 2011 do have the functionality for SSL.0 however by default it does not understand anything that tries to connect with this protocol.While editing the Service Connection Point in Active Directory Sites and Services does work, its probably not the approved way to do things.I ran the diagnostics. .When I goto "Scan System" i get this error and cannot find anything on google or technet that helps., vMM is unable to complete the request.Mcsa, mcse, mcts, mcitp, CCA, ccsp, VCP 4,5 and HP ASE, AIS - Network Infrastructure.