Default global address list not updating 2016
When setting this second flag to True, it also sets the first one above to True as well.
To fix it we’ll use Exchange Power Shell: Let’s find the name of your Offline Address Book by running the command below: After making the above changes I recommend issuing an “iisreset” or restarting your Exchange Server.
Use Cached Exchange Mode but without OABTo always work with the Online Address Book, even when you have Cached Exchange Mode enabled, you can set the following Registry key and value.
Key: All Users or any other object type such as All Contacts, All Groups or All Rooms.
All my virtual directories and URLs were fine, and the OAB was being generated fine without any issues. I couldn’t find any references of this occurring to other users.
I finally discovered that the “Web Distribution Enabled” configuration flag was marked to False, when it needs to be marked as True.
Due to various synching schedules, it can take up to 48 hours before you could actually see a change in Outlook after a modification has been made on the Exchange server or in Active Directory.
For instance, setting the value to 4 will trigger a full download when the incremental update is larger than one-fourth the size of the full OAB.
If it is not updating, you might need to update it again.
Better you remove old Exchange version and keep latest one. Next check the OAB folder and check time stamp, when it was updated last time.
Now you would wonder why it is showing Exchange 2013 OAB name. This is one of the OMG situation because you saw the warning that you can’t install Exchange 2013 any more while updating active directory and Exchange 2013 is there.
Something wrong with Schema update or did you mess up the infrastructure.