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Service RPC

Hello,

After installing an exchange server 2010, following a crash.
Everything works again correctly if not the RPC service that does not want to start.
This service starts under the account "network service" (standard). By cons, if I start with the administrator account it starts well.

My customer outlook 2010 will not connect to exchange server (OWA works correctly)

we found the forum the following command:


add-adpermission -identity "cn=<computername>,cn=computers,dc=domain,dc=local" -user "<computername>$" -accessrights writeproperty -properties "validated-spn"

we have an error insufficient execution of this command right. We are connected to the server with the domain admin account, this account is one with which we installed exchange.

Thank you for your help.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Run it as Administrator and try again.
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Seb-PremiumAuthor Commented:
Hello, (usually it starts with)

We avon put our exchange 2010 in DC and everything is back in order for us to work already under the Administrator account from AD.

thank you
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Seb-PremiumAuthor Commented:
OK
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