I think I have been starring at my screen for too long so I'm hoping another pair of eyes on this error will help... I am unable to start all OCS services. The server is Windows 2003 sp2 running only OCS and Sharepoint. SQL server is on different server. A caveat is that there is an old LCS 2005 server on my BDC that was installed by the person before me. He had set all the users accounts to sip:email@example.com. I moved them to the new pool in ocs 2007. Everything was working immediately after install but now, I can't start any of the services for OCS. Error code(s) below. Thanks in Advance...
vent Type: Error
Event Source: OCS Server
Event Category: (1000)
Event ID: 12326
Time: 8:20:08 AM
Failed starting the protocol stack. The service has to stop
Error code is:0xC3EA5008 (Server could not find the Active Directory objects associated with it.
Cause: This could happen if the server was newly activated and the created Active Directory objects haven't replicated or if permissions to the service account have been altered.
Make sure that replication is complete and the account the service is running under has proper privileges and that connection to Active Directory (or SQL back-end) is functional.).
Cause: Check the previous entries in the event log for the failure reason.
I am also getting this error:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: OCS IM MCU
Event Category: (1019)
Event ID: 33005
Time: 9:11:33 AM
Office Communications Server IM MCU Service could not be started.
Message: No corresponding MSFT_SIPMCUSetting for service DN 'CN=LS IM MCU,CN=Microsoft,CN=NBSVARONIS01,OU=Internal,OU=Servers,OU=Computers,OU=NBS,DC=nbsgov,DC=nbs'.
Stack: at Microsoft.Rtc.Internal.Wmi.WmiConsumer.get_Msft_SipMcuSetting()
at Microsoft.Rtc.Server.McuInfrastructure.RetryLogicHandler`1.ExecuteMethod(RetryableMethodDelegate retryableMethod, TimeSpan retryPeriod, TimeSpan maxDuration)
at Microsoft.LiveServer.ImMcu.ImMcuService.OnStart(String args)
Cause: Startup errors.
Check the events prior to this to resolve the service startup issue.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.