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OCS 2007 Setup fails, error 0x8007202F RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello all.

    I'm having trouble installing OCS 2007 SE to a test machine running Windows server 2003 SP2 on a VMWare virtual machine.

    The setup fails to the following error:
    Create Standard Edition Server Pool       Failure
    [0x8007202F] A constraint violation occurred.
    Check Pools Container       Success
    Check Pool HKI-ILCS01T   Pool Name: HKI-ILCS01T
    Ready: False
      Success
    Create Pool   Pool Name: HKI-ILCS01T
    Force: False
    Pool Backend: (local)\rtc
    Pool Domain FQDN: ctldomain.ad.local
    Pool FQDN: hki-ilcs01t.ctldomain.ad.local
    Force Clean: False
    Enable Archiving: False
    Enable CDR: False
    Ready: False
      Failure
    [0x8007202F] A constraint violation occurred.






    Please advice on how to proceed.

    Thanks,
    Miikka.
    Thursday, June 7, 2007 2:15 PM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Please let me know if VMWare is the problem by posting back....

     

    Really appreciate it.

     

    Thanks,

    Akshai

    Sunday, July 8, 2007 5:00 AM

All replies

  •  

    Hi Mikka,

    Did you see this post:

    http://forums.microsoft.com/Ocs2007publicbeta/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1526998&SiteID=57

    OCS Public Beta is not supported on SP2 machines. Can you install it on a SP1 server?

    Thursday, June 7, 2007 4:03 PM
  • I have now tested installing to an Windows Server 2003 SP1 and unfortunately I get the same exact error. Sad

    I dug further down the log and found this,
    Create Conferencing Server Factories   Audio/Video Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Web Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    IM Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Telephony Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Ready: False
      Failure
    [0x8007202F] A constraint violation occurred.

    This exists in the previous logs also.
    Friday, June 8, 2007 7:50 AM
  • I can verify that I'm getting the same thing on my W2k3 (Std) SP1...

    Associate Server With Pool   Pool Type: 1
                                                 Pool Settings: Ready
       Failure
    [0x8007202F] A constraint violation occurred. 


    On my system, that's the only failure I'm getting, but it's enough to kick the rollback process and abort out any other processes.
    Thursday, June 14, 2007 7:37 PM
  • We don't support running OCS 2007 in VMWare. Can you try installing it to a physical server and see if that corrects the issue?
    Saturday, July 7, 2007 12:08 AM
  • Hi,

    Please let me know if VMWare is the problem by posting back....

     

    Really appreciate it.

     

    Thanks,

    Akshai

    Sunday, July 8, 2007 5:00 AM
  • Hi Mikka,

    Can you let us know the status of your issue? Did getting off of VMWare resolve the issue?

    Monday, July 9, 2007 10:39 PM
  • I was getting the same error during an installation, and it turned out to be the HTTP SSL service was disabled on my machine.  I enabled and started that service before running the installation, and the install completed.
    Tuesday, July 17, 2007 12:53 PM
  • Chad,

    With recent funding cutbacks in the IT infrastructure, there is a requirement for IT Support staff to test new products. However, there is limited financial support for these products firstly because they are in beta, and secondly because they have not been funded by the company for production purposes. Therefore whilst the testing is conducted upon a "reclaimed" or "recycled" server, the test environment in invariably within the virutual environment thereby saving space time and resources.

     

    Whilst I can appreciate the policy I find it totally unacceptable from both a business perspective where Microsoft are openly pushing virtualisation; and from the support perspective where you have potential customers beta testing your product. for which you should be providing support irrespective of their chose platform.

     

    In effect a server is a server, whether it is physical or virtual; and if the settings are correct they will both act in exactly the same way.

     

    There are multiple benefits of using a virtualised environment for testing purposes, with quick reboot, recovery, and rebuild time possibly being the biggest.

     

    As you will appreciate, there are benefits for both MS VS/VM and VMWare's versions of the virtualised environment. Does this mean that should I raise an issue concerning MSVS that I will not receive support ?

     

    Cost effectiveness, weighed with costs mean that you will see more and more products tested within a virtualised environment, therefore support is imperative, irrespective of the virtualised platform that is being used.

     

    Grateful for your support

     

    Arthur

    Friday, July 20, 2007 6:40 PM
  • Hello,

    Can I suggest that you check the priveleges of the account that you are using to conduct the installation, and what account has authority over the SQL setup.

     

    I think that you'll find most of the installation elements only require "domain admin" rather than "enterprise admin".

     

    just a thought

     

    Arthur

    Friday, July 20, 2007 6:42 PM
  • Hello,

    i try since OCS Beta 2 - to install OCS 2007 Std. but no success.

    i allways get the same message as you all.

    Server is Windows Server 2003 Std. EN - SP1 - run on ESX-Server

    I run a root domain  xxxx.local and a childdomain below where the Server is located.

    i give the user all max permissions and no success always i get

     

    Audio/Video Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Web Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    IM Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Telephony Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Ready: False
      Failure
    [0x8007202F] A constraint violation occurred.

    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={B1E44D80-046F-43F4-8478-D3BBD44DFEFF} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={C146953E-9E94-4087-8984-0AE887D5C25B} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={973131ED-E360-4D84-BB51-833C49A93FFB} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={E1AC4976-908C-4373-A5F9-20D8A3803F79} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={75BE2838-D5AE-48BE-B1FA-2D9BEAAD7546} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={B68BF93F-AEBA-497E-96DF-E804D6AD1883} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={6CF68ED2-EF4B-4C23-A864-D788DA0394EF} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={243B0DA4-F6AB-4489-A7B4-8CD8F560EA4E} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={6330E08D-6F87-4A39-9998-E069A13DA98B} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={D03A40DA-B332-4215-B264-8917662088A5} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={EA743F3F-B08C-4688-9A2C-68CDD973B14F} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={5619A908-DAB1-449E-9F48-E28221DB2B29} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={1590C2F7-3925-4494-B88F-52A18D51AD08} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={8A57F5EE-1CB5-4943-AA85-466DEDF6E1AC} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={DC95044E-A672-4B12-911D-786827292C80} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={D5D594D8-F834-4811-A234-90AB75E3946F} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={AD1B8A6A-0BD7-4B8E-AF00-6D6D208002A7} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={0500AA85-2352-490F-955F-804A9BE4D9EF} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={715D5681-7732-4941-B15B-CAFA071597B2} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={0C96CE91-871B-4958-B19D-D125B0A1C410} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={5CA8DE0A-A272-4CE4-9548-F8DB4B9A63E6} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={48C42C0B-AF8E-4C29-9903-6321701D00E7} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={998CEBC9-F2C2-42B8-8142-307A97DF60B9} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={AC52FB0D-56EA-42A4-BD57-D1D3CB7197BD} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={5B7741D4-B7B6-4571-B7ED-FFE28D5806D9} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={E9CC4ADA-F9BB-46F6-A48A-014817FAE3A3} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={F51442E7-6B7D-4DC3-9484-A0290E6A5CF8} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={331416D2-37EA-47A5-B41F-750C8C68656B} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Action Warning: MCU Factory Service object CN={08578F69-8AF8-4000-8428-CE056700A605} is not associated a valid MCU Factory object.
    Associated Conferencing Server Factory Count: 0
    Audio/Video Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Web Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    IM Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Telephony Conferencing Server Factory: Not Ready
    Ready: False
      Success

     

    The LCS2005 with SP1 is running very good and since 1 year - but the OCS don't like to run in our company.

    if some one can help - it would be great.

     

    ps: i tried alredy to change the pwd to a simple one but also no success.... :-(

     

     

     

    Tuesday, August 21, 2007 5:32 PM
  •  Chad A. Lacy [MSFT] wrote:
    We don't support running OCS 2007 in VMWare. Can you try installing it to a physical server and see if that corrects the issue?


    Can you expand on this point? Is it just VMware that is not supported, or it is all virtulisation products including VPC and Virtual Server?  And by 'we don't support' - do you meant it doesn'[t work or that customers can't get support from PSS when OCS breaks. FWIW: both of these seem quite unacceptable given the push towards virtulisation.
    Wednesday, August 22, 2007 9:57 AM