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Old 06-18-2009, 01:56 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by hdawg View Post
Check this out:
The only Windows Server 2008 server in the domain is hosting Exchange 2007 and this BES installation, it is not a domain controller. Both of our domain controllers/global catalog servers are running Windows Server 2003 Standard (32-bit). If I made that registry change, would I need to reboot the DCs or any services before being able to see the logs or the changes?

I also checked through the registry for the "001e6602" key, it is the computer name of the Exchange server. We were having an issue with MAPI resolution when I first installed, but that turned out to be because the server was resolving itself as "::1" (IPv6) when attempting to ping its own name. Disabling IPv6 didn't work, but a HOSTS entry took care of that. I know this is the sort of thing they mean when they suggest installing on another server...and if it's a red herring I apologize in advance.
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