Error updating owaecp access is denied

13-Mar-2020 01:42

This seems to me to be obviously the web browser employing its usual anti-XSRF defenses and OWA handling that error "nicely".

What I've been unable to figure out for 4 weeks running now is why this is happening.

Been a few bumps along the way, but with school starting up again soon we have a large number of staff now logging in and using the new system for the first time, and unfortunately a small but growing number of them are beginning to encounter the now-dreaded "Critical Error" message when attempting to access their Options: The full report is thus: Client Information ------------------ User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:39.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/39.0 CPU Class: undefined Platform: Win32 System Language: undefined User Language: en-US Cookie Enabled: true ----------------- Exception Details ----------------- Date: Fri Aug 07 2015 GMT-0800 (Alaskan Standard Time) Message: Error: Permission denied to access property "frame Element" Url: https://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/Line: 1 Call Stack ---------- Error [email protected]://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/common.js:2926 Error Unhandled [email protected]://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/common.js:1997 Detailed Call Stack ------------------- That's not a typo or omission, the "Detailed Call Stack" really is blank.

To fix it: 1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and click Control Panel.

2) View by Category, click User Accounts and Family Safety. 5) Click the Start button and click Log off, then log back in again.

If you have just installed Exchange 2013 on Server 2012, one of the first things you will do is try and log-in into the now ECP to start configuring Exchange 2013. Object Not Found Exception: The Active Directory user wasn’t found.

I cam across an iss that when you try to log into the ECP you get the error below. ——————————————————————————– The Active Directory user wasn’t found. Source Error: An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request.

Been a few bumps along the way, but with school starting up again soon we have a large number of staff now logging in and using the new system for the first time, and unfortunately a small but growing number of them are beginning to encounter the now-dreaded "Critical Error" message when attempting to access their Options: The full report is thus: Client Information ------------------ User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:39.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/39.0 CPU Class: undefined Platform: Win32 System Language: undefined User Language: en-US Cookie Enabled: true ----------------- Exception Details ----------------- Date: Fri Aug 07 2015 GMT-0800 (Alaskan Standard Time) Message: Error: Permission denied to access property "frame Element" Url: https://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/Line: 1 Call Stack ---------- Error [email protected]://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/common.js:2926 Error Unhandled [email protected]://webmail.example.com/ecp/15.0.1104.5/scripts/common.js:1997 Detailed Call Stack ------------------- That's not a typo or omission, the "Detailed Call Stack" really is blank.

To fix it: 1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and click Control Panel.

2) View by Category, click User Accounts and Family Safety. 5) Click the Start button and click Log off, then log back in again.

If you have just installed Exchange 2013 on Server 2012, one of the first things you will do is try and log-in into the now ECP to start configuring Exchange 2013. Object Not Found Exception: The Active Directory user wasn’t found.

I cam across an iss that when you try to log into the ECP you get the error below. ——————————————————————————– The Active Directory user wasn’t found. Source Error: An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request.

Sub In ACL tool is designed to fix 0x8007005 Access is Denied error in Windows.