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Exchange 2003 - DSPROXY.DLL

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Following an install of Exch2003, the System Attendant will not start and  I'm getting event errors 1005 and 2059 which state dsproxy.dll won't initialize.  I've re-installed it from the Exch2003 cd but the error persists.  On checking MS, Q821907 lists several dlls which are required to start the SA, including seckm.dll but I can't find this on the Exch2003 cd nor any of the trial cd's I have - any suggestions?

This was a clean install onto a brand new W2003 Server,  Exchange 5.5 exists in the domain and will be removed once Exch2003 is up and running.
 
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Pauly
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I found no information on this problem from any resource.  I eventually fixed it by removing Exchange from AD, uninstalling it from the server, re-installing Windows 2003 Server and finally re-installing Exchange 2003.  It worked perfectly after that.  Bit of a severe fix but seemed to be the only viable option.
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