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error 0x85010014 HW6925 sbs2003 sp2 exchange sp2 AS 4.5

error 0x85010014 HW6925 sbs2003 sp2 exchange sp2 AS 4.5

error 0x85010014 HW6925 sbs2003 sp2 exchange sp2 AS 4.5

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Hello,
I'm running into issues that are beyond my understanding.
I am using HW6925 WM% ppc edition trying to sync using AS 4.2 with a machine running sbs2003 sp2 exchange sp2.
I have searched the internet and tried all of the solutions that I dare.

I just upgraded from the HW 6515 that synced perfectly with this server.

Since the upgrade I have edited my dns as I could not get a security certificate for DYNDNS, now my domain points to my server.
OWA works with the new DNS setting with NO security errors.
The HW6925 still returns the error.
I have now bought 2 ssl certs the second from Godaddy,
It says at microsoft that Godaddy is a valid issue.
yet this still will not work.
On my HW 6925 in certificates I show HTTP:\\valicert.com
if I go to my default website I see my Godaddy cert is installed and working.

I have searched the internet and tried all of the resolutions that I could find.
I have recreated Vdirs, created new vdirs, changed authentication from here to there and back. I just cant seem to get it to work.

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