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have installed a domain controller (Win2k Sp2),configuring the Active Directory.
Then I've installed Exchange 2000 server but when I try to launch the ESM (Exchange System Manger),my pc freeze and all I can do is to reset my computer.
After that,I decided to reintall the domain controller but the problem remains.
I really need help,please.

Thank you.

Differents informations :
The DC is a multihomed computer.
I use 2000 server Sp2,and exchange 2000 corporate (typical installation).
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by:kevala
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What is going on the application and system logs? Are there any errors referencing Exchange?

I kinda find it hard to believe that ESM (application in user mode) is causing a server to freeze (Kernel mode)
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by:bigstyle
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Me neither I really dont understant.

Moreover,I started two times from scratch,but the problem remain.

In the application and system logs,I haven't got any error except one referencing the eventid 101 about the NNTP service but apparently it's not really a problem (one service which starts before another by reading the KB)

All I did is,
-install windows 2000 server

-configure my dns (primary zone,allow dynamic registration,delete the "internet" interface...)

-run dcpromo and dont let him configure my DNS.

-install few programs like winzip,messenger...

-I test my DC,by adding computers in the network,etc...everything seems to be ok.

-install exchange 2000 serveur,running before a /forestprep and /domainprep ,then a typical installation.
No error during the installation.

-When the installation is finished,I launch Exchange Sytem Manager and my pc freeze...

I have seen that a disk M: is created and for some directories, the access is forbidden although I am in the appropriate group.
I don't know if it's normal but I'm gonna be crazy :)

Thanks for all.
Fred



 
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by:bigstyle
ID: 7097062
Me neither I really dont understant.

Moreover,I started two times from scratch,but the problem remain.

In the application and system logs,I haven't got any error except one referencing the eventid 101 about the NNTP service but apparently it's not really a problem (one service which starts before another by reading the KB)

All I did is,
-install windows 2000 server

-configure my dns (primary zone,allow dynamic registration,delete the "internet" interface...)

-run dcpromo and dont let him configure my DNS.

-install few programs like winzip,messenger...

-I test my DC,by adding computers in the network,etc...everything seems to be ok.

-install exchange 2000 serveur,running before a /forestprep and /domainprep ,then a typical installation.
No error during the installation.

-When the installation is finished,I launch Exchange Sytem Manager and my pc freeze...

I have seen that a disk M: is created and for some directories, the access is forbidden although I am in the appropriate group.
I don't know if it's normal but I'm gonna be crazy :)

Thanks for all.
Fred



 
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bigstyle earned 0 total points
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Finally I found the solution myself.

My admin login was with a space blank (like xxx yyy) and all the problem was that.
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