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HI

I have win server 2003 sp1 and Exchange 2003 with SP2, when i am trying to open System manager and gives this error.
The system can not find file specified
faicility: Win32
ID no: c0070002
Microsoft exchnage server

It happens again if i try to open any object on my AD on this server otherwise i am able to apen AD object on other server but not Exchange server. when try to open any object on AD console it gives same error but last line is different.

it says: Microsoft Active Directory-exchange extention.

please assist.
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by:Redwulf__53
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Troubleshooting actions:
-Re-install the Exchange system manager on the Exchange server.
If that doesn't solve the problem,
-(re-)run "setup.exe /domainprep" from the Exchange setup CD.

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by:jasonduncan76
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I just had this issue as well

This was a dns issue with us.

On your exchange server take off any external ip address, set that up in your dns servers as a forwarder.
set all your dc, dns to point to them self and set the secondaries to point to each other

in other words all your servers should share only internall dns use dns forwarder for external.  Allow dns to replicate dynamically.

the setup.exe /domainprep is usally done for security

Good luck
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by:jasonduncan76
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Never mind different error

check out this

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_21533572.html

its for exchane 2000 but it still might apply
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by:bmatumbura
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Hi all,

Thanks for the suggestions, but I managed to fix the problem on my own after trying a number of solutions. Apparently, the Admin's roaming profile was corrupt on this server. I had to login on the server with the machine off the network and delete the loaclly catched profile; then I restarted and it managed to re-create the profile and all was ok.

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