Is this purely a failed certificate issue? I mean that would make sense, but I've not done a lot with Exchange (and O365) besides dick-around with the settings as this organization has some major config issues.
I shared this with my parent company and they did an evaluation, but found that its not really useful for them. Initial feedback was " the application supports files only - no other objects (list items, etc.)"
Why aren't you just using one or the other system for students since they're both free?
Because he likes to overcomplicate things apparently.
Only some times.
No, this is a decision made before I ever got here... and as others have mentioned, I have no idea why it is like this, but I know of several schools who do so... It's mind boggling.
I pushed the school I worked at off of GApps pretty fast so I would only have to support one platform.
I wish I had that kind of clout here. At my last job, our students would have gone into open rebellion had we disabled Google. I actually wanted to push everybody to Google, but there was some political crap going on that I wasn't privy to.
Even pushing the students to GApps and staff on O365 is better than the bastardization you're fighting with.
lol. Yeah. The problem is that the students get licensed for O365 and local installs of Office... but... To get to them, they must have a MS-Account. /sigh.
I've saw this before. Open up Credential Manager and delete anything related to Office. Don't just edit and verify, actually delete it. When you sign in again, it'll store a new copy. Happens sometimes with password changes or a bad sync between password changes.
Can find it in Control Panel or just search for it.
Hence why Apple products are working OK... They don't have Credential Manager. Same thing happens with Keychain on Apple PCs sometimes. But the mobile devices obviously don't have Keychain.
Apple products are NOT working okay, they are half working.
Just to clarify: PowerShell is not required here because wusa(.exe) is a regular executable file, not a cmdlet. Any other way that let you execute a program with elevated rights will do (e.g. cmd.exe, shortcuts, ...)
@njbair Thanks for joining the community to share your appreciation. I'm glad I posted the steps I took to resolve the issue because if you would have asked me today how I fixed it I'm not sure I could have remembered.