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Changed Domain Admin password

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Hi,

I have changed my domain password after which i get a problem in MSMQ.

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Message Queuing Client Setup Failure
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Message Queuing configuration object in Active Directory was not created



Error Code: 0xC00E0025

Error Description: Access is denied.
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Retry   Cancel  
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Please suggest
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Sharath
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          Hi bsharath
           I hope following article helps
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875530

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