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I've searched looking for this error in the Exchange. I've found numerous answers and tried them all. The thing is, I'm not getting anything in the Event Logs to steer me in any given direction.

I'm in a native 2003 environment. The error is on my OWA server. We get the login box, then the error.

I've completed:

KBA282230
DNS Entries
Deleting Exadmin VD
Re-registering the OLE.dll's
OWA Authentication
All services are running, under Local System account- KB 823159
The Mailbox Store is mounted

Any other suggestions!

Thanks guys! (and gals)

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The added sttp using the adsutil script was what I didnt do the first time. Thanks Simon!
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