After installing Exchange 2016 and properly configured the URLs, I proceeded to run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard via Office365 portal to find an MRS Proxy error.
To solve this problem, I took the following steps:
- Open the Exchange Management Shell.
- Run the following command
Get-WebServicesVirtualDirectory "ServerName\EWS (Default Web Site)" |FL Server,MRSProxyEnabled
If “MRSProxyEnabled :False” is returned in the output, this is the cause of the issue.
However, in my case the results where different. The command returned“MRSProxyEnabled :Enabled”. There is an issue on the hybrid server in which MRSProxy shows as Enabled when you run the Get-WebServicesVirtualDirectory cmdlet, but MRSProxy is actually disabled.
SOLUTION: To solve this issue, users will have to Disable the MRSProxy, restart the IIS services, and Re-Enable the MRSProxy
Set-WebServicesVirtualDirectory "<ServerName>\EWS (Default Web Site)" -MRSProxyEnabled $false IISReset Set-WebServicesVirtualDirectory "<ServerName>\EWS (Default Web Site)" -MRSProxyEnabled $true IISReset