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Error checking or settings FullLanguage mode for Exchange scan

Updated November 7, 2018


This article details an issue in which you receive an error message in Exchange when checking or setting the FullLanguage mode for the Exchange scan in web.config:



The error message is accompanied by a log entry in the pnServer.congif.xml file found under the path C:\Program Files\Protected Networks\8MAN\etc\pnServer.config.xml:

220 | 8MAN | pnJob | 6092.1 | 15 | 8MAN-DEMO \ 8man_admin | pn.framework.Parall ... eRootTreeNodeWorker] | 161026 | 9: 39: 04.839 | Error] ParallelTreeWorker`1.processTreeNode (T treeNode): libPowerShellConnector.powershell.RunspaceNotAvailableException: Scripts not executable. ---> libPowerShellConnector.powershell.RunspaceNotAvailableException: Scripts not executable.


You may also see the following error message when opening the IIS/Exchange Backend/PowerShell proxy:



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This issue may be caused by a faulty entry in the IIS/PowerShell.


  1. Log in to the server running your IIS service.
  2. Open the application settings in IIS that appears in the error message. For example, in the above image: PowerShell Proxy\web.config
  3. Open the folder view.
  4. Using a text editor, open web.config.
  5. Find and delete the duplicate entry.


  6. Restart IIS to load the changes.



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