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Remote Registry access for Hub Transport to EDGE server

Posted on 2009-07-14
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When running the Best Practices Analyzer on my Exchange 2007 I receive the error that my EDGE server Registry cannot be accessed. This is a brand new installation of Exch 2007 - and my Hub is on the domain and my Edge server is not on the domain. Both servers are running Windows 2008 Standard with all updates.
The error I am receiving is listed below.

"Cannot connect to the registry on server EDGE. This could be the result of a network or permissions problem. Error: Security error."

Thanks for the assistance!

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Question by:BoydMoon
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by:Npatang
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Is your remote registry service is ruuning ?
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by:BoydMoon
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RRS is running. The EDGE server is off the domain and in my DMZ yet my Exchange server is in the domain behind firewalls.
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You must create a user on the Exchange box to match the local admin user on the edge box inorder for RRS to communicate properly
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