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Windows Server 2003 Certificate server not start - Error 0xc8000235 (ESE: -565).

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I try install and uninstall without success:
File of record is absent algun

 All that is a scene of restoration after a disaster. It has been restored activate directory NOT auth and the replication was ok

 Cerificate server does not start

best regards

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Error on having installed with another name of cretificado: the assistant for the installation of certificate must return to execute in order that the configuration is completed:
0x80080005 -2146959235

 With the same name it does not allow me to reinstall it
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the last post it´s reference to try uninstall and reinstall certificate server, previus to take the metho you explain
I come back to before to try reinstall, restoring AD copy, and come on apply your solution, right?
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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My CAroot have blank spaces in the name, cannot run method: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842210 i

%systemroot%\system32\certutil - addstore mi %systemroot%\system32\certsrv\certenroll\ Your_Server. Your_Domain. com_rootca.crt
%systemroot%\System32\certutil - volcado %systemroot%\system32\certsrv\certenroll\ Your_Server. Your_Domain. com_rootca.crt
How I do it?
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that some have not understood that it is on the same and formated server with the same name AND NOT: "How to move a certification authority to another server"
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It's note fully solucition. I'm not abandoned tubos question simplely. The question are not fully answered
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