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Cannot complete the setup of Live Comms Server 2005.

Posted on 2008-09-30
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I am trying to install live Communications Server 2005 on one of our servers, with limited success.  All steps complete except the Forest Preperation Wizard, which fails stating:

0x80070057 The Parameter is incorrect.

The log states:
FQDN (our correct domain name)
Root Domain Admin: True

Check Schema Prep State: Success
Create Microsoft Container: Success
Create Service Connection Point: Success
Create Global Settings: Global Settings: Not ready

Any clues what I need to do to install this product?
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This means that ocs cant create the appropriate cointainers in AD.

If you have a look at the more detailed log created during setup  (accessible by the web page you speak of) - you should have a lonk to that log - which will tell you why it cannot create the object etc.... most commonly a permissions issue.
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Here's the total contect of the 'log' (attached)


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