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  • Management Pack:  Exchange Server 2003
  • MP Version:  6.0
  • Product Version:  2003
  • Released:  9/23/2009
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Unexpected error condition. A call to function CEncryptCtx::CheckServerCert() resulted in error code 0x800cc801. Rule

  • ID:  Unexpected_error_condition__A_call_to_function_CEncryptCtx__CheckServerCert___resulted_in_error_code_0x800cc801
  • Description:   
  • Target:  Exchange POP3 Service
  • Enabled:  On Essential Monitoring

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Severity 1  

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Alert Details

Message Priority Severity
Unexpected error condition. A call to function CEncryptCtx::CheckServerCert() resulted in error code 0x800cc801. Medium Warning

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Summary

This error is logged when a client tries to log on to an Exchange server using POP3 over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).

Sample Event:

Event Type: Error

Event Source: POP3SVC

Event Category: General

Event ID: 1051

Description: Unexpected error condition: call to function CEncryptCtx::CheckServerCert() resulted in error code 0x800cc801.

Causes

This error occurs because the server is not configured for SSL.

Resolutions

If the server is not supposed to be configured for SSL, you need to track down which clients are attempting to connect using SSL. You can determine which client is causing the error messages to be logged in two ways:

  • Use a network traffic analyzer, such as Network Monitor, to capture traffic to the server. You should see connections being attempted to the Exchange 2000 server on either port 993 or port 995. You can then get the IP address of the computers that are attempting the connections.

  • Use the Netstat.exe utility. Because the information store opens the SSL ports even when it is not configured to use SSL, you can run netstat -an at a command prompt on the Exchange 2000 server. Then look in the "Local Address" column for one or more lines that look similar to the following: 192.168.0.1:993 or 192.168.0.1:995 where 192.168.0.1 is the IP address of your Exchange server.

    The corresponding IP address in the "Foreign Address" column is the IP address of a computer that has a connection to the Exchange 2000 server on port 993 or port 995 in the preceding example.

    After you have the IP address of the remote computer, you can change the configuration of the e-mail client so that it does not attempt to connect to the Exchange 2000 server using SSL.

External References

For more information about POP3SVC event 1051, see:

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shahid.afraid111@gmail.com at 10/29/2014 11:45:15 AM
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The following error may occur:

“The information store could not be opened. [MAPI 1.0 - [MAPI_E_LOGON_FAILED(80040111)]]
This event was generated by the script: "Exchange 2003 - MAPI logon verification"
Additional diagnosis on the problem can't be performed because: This event was generated by the script: "Exchange 2003 - MAPI logon verification"

Follow this link to resolve the issue:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911144
shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:33:59 PM
Overview
The following articles explain how to import and setup the Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack in SCOM 2007. There are descriptions of how to discover objects, how to make overrides for monitors, and ways to enable performance collection rules:

http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2003/monitoring-operations/managing-exchange-2003-scom-2007-part1.html

http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/monitoring-operations/managing-exchange-2003-scom-2007-part2.html

The author also includes common problems and ways to resolve them.
igrudina@viacode.com at 10/26/2011 3:14:02 PM