2003 ad issues... exchange issues... intersting post....

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Robert Bollinger, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. Hello All -

    I was setting up a new server for a client with only 40 users and then of
    course all was going well.. ad was installed and everything: then i
    installed NAV COrporate 10.1d and after a restart i got this error...

    Unable to initialize the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service.
    Failed to search for msExchUce in DS - Error 0x80004005.

    the very short version of this is:

    New server brand new isntallation of SBS 2003 all serivce packs and updates
    applied... as i said everything was working fine except when i installed NAV
    Corp 10.1d. then the abve error...

    I found my answer i just dont know how to implement it. Here is my answer:


    msExchUce Schema object that was preventing our Exchange servers from
    running. The two attributes that were affected were:
    msExchUceBlockThreshold originally had a value of <Not Set> -- the MS expert
    set the value to 8;0
    msExchUceStoreActionThreshold originally had a value of <Not Set> -- the MS
    expert set the value to


    THis is the "English Part" of the post that i found somewhere... it
    basically says its a directory object issue... i kinda suspected that
    because of the error that i got... but wasnt sure...

    ANy advice? Please help me out here... and if the above is not the correct
    answer i will take yours...

    ALso i went into adsi and found my objects i just cant edit them... its
    weird i know... please advise...

    Robert
     
    Robert Bollinger, Sep 14, 2006
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  2. Robert Bollinger

    Paul Bergson Guest

    I would contact Norton.
     
    Paul Bergson, Sep 14, 2006
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  3. Any more ideas? I am really starting to worry here... also how do i make a a
    time delayed batch file?


    Robert
     
    Robert Bollinger, Sep 15, 2006
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