Last post Jul 11, 2008 09:41 AM by DmitriG
Jul 10, 2008 12:01 PM|NICSteve|LINK
i habe a problem with the OAB
i get this error
Message: Deployment interrupted because of a failure. See inner exception.
Message: <errorContext description="Unable to open base key on machine:WRONG-SERVERNAME." code="0x81000002" executeSeqNo="15"><errorSource namespace="Error Provider" procedure="SetError" /><errorSource namespace="Managed Active Directory" procedure="RethrowError_"
/><errorSource namespace="Deployment Automation" procedure="TryEnumerateRegKey_" /><errorSource namespace="Deployment Automation" procedure="GetExchange2007MBServers_" /><errorSource namespace="Deployment Automation" procedure="CreateOABLifeTimeRegistryKey"
The installation choose a wrong Server! I changed the "Default Offline Address Book" in Exchange to the right server but nothing changed. How can i change the
WRONG-SERVERNAME to the right Servername?
Jul 10, 2008 02:57 PM|DmitriG|LINK
The installation choose a wrong Server!
It didn't "choose a wrong Server". Deployment Automation creates "OAL Folder Lifetime (days)"
key on each mailbox server in your Exchange 2007 organization (listed in Active Directory). For some reason, procedure can't open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on "WRONG-SERVERNAME".
How can i change the WRONG-SERVERNAME to the right Servername?
It will be way too complicated, IMHO. You can follow manual procedure, outlined at
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc546655(TechNet.10).aspx on each desired server. Then, you just mark this procedure in Deployment Tool as "Verified".
Jul 11, 2008 01:52 AM|NICSteve|LINK
thanks for the reply. The problem is, i have a forrest with 2 domains, and the "Wrong Server" is from the other domain(2), so the User from domain(1) where the whole hmc stuff is, has no permissions to open the registry in domain(2). Which User try to do
this action because than i can give the account permissions in the domain(2). Not sure if it's a "clear way" to do it manual because i'm not sure if i get permission problems later?!
Jul 11, 2008 09:41 AM|DmitriG|LINK
Which User try to do this action because than i can give the account permissions in the domain(2).
Use MPF TraceView to find identity this identity. I think, it will be MPSDeploymentAcct from domain(1).