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OCS 2007 Deployment - [0x80070005] Access is denied

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Hi,

We are currently trying to deploy OCS 2007 and are getting the following error during deployment step 2:

"Failure
[0x80070005] Access is denied. "

***See attached screenshot for detail***

- The AD prep procedure went off without a hitch, and I have ensured that the account I'm using to install has correct permissions (Domain Admins & RTCUniversalServerAdmins).

Given the time I have wasted searching for answers to no avail, I am assigning 500 points to this question.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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Question by:John_R_PETS
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by:wct296
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Nearly all the problems similar to that I had seem to stem from certificate issues with OCS.. make sure you have a Unified communications certificate that is given by a good certificate provider like commodo or verisign and that the certificate is properly registered with the FQDN of your system..

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by:gaanthony
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If you are deploying to a child domain be sure you are logged on as a Domain admin for that domain, not the root.  Also ensure you are not installing OCS on a box colocated with Exchange.  The server also cannot have the certificate role colocated.  Check that the SPN is correct.
If this is a new install and you do not have LC 2005 installed and you had built a test OCS server but did not deactivate before uninstalling to build your production environment you can run the command line and run the LCSCMD for domainunprep and forestunprep to clear out any orphan entries and then run the OCS Wizard and do the AD preps again in the wizard and process with the server install.

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John_R_PETS earned 0 total points
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Thanks for the advice. In the end I created a new account on the domain with the same permissions, and attempted the install under that account. For some reason, the deployment continued past this step. Why it would not work for the initial account I was using remaains a mystery...
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by:skynetop
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I am getting this error with the deployment check, it is already installed.

Can you have an issue with the server if the Pool name matches the server name?  I have a cert from Digicert
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by:Hyperlite84
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Skynetop I too have a UC cert from Digicert and am getting the same error in deployment check.  Maybe we can put our heads together to figure this out
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