RE: Win32 ID no: c00708ad error

  • From: "Mulnick, Al" <Al.Mulnick@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2003 13:32:08 -0500

Is it a local admin on the machine?  (I would assume so with those privs,
but best to be sure).


From: KEN MORRIS [mailto:KMORRIS@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 10:04 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Win32 ID no: c00708ad error

Hi Al,

The account has the following rights:

Account Operators


Domain Admin

Domain Controllers

Domain Users

DNS Admin

DNS update Proxy

Enterprise Admin

Enterprise User

Exchange Admin

Exchange Domain Servers

Exchange Services


Mail Users

MTS Trusted Impersonator


RAS & IAS Services

Schema Admin

Server Operator.


That is all ;)

Is there anything that may need to be added?

What other rights does that account have that you are using?  


No we are in a single domain. The account is the Domain/exchange admin that
I am using.... 

Where to next?

Do you have multiple domains?  If so, where is the account located in
respect to the installation domain?


 Yes it is a "user name could not be found" error. It is occurring just as
the system is installing the services & modifying the registry. 


I have tried to find a record of it in the event viewer, and nothing was
created in the log file,  under security or applications. I have done a
search for c00708ad on MS support and there is nothing, I widened the search
to all of MS and still nothing. Went back to google and the same.

Any ideas on which service the ADC may be using during the re-installation?


Isn't that a "user name not found" error?

Have you considered trying the readme file and the
site vs. google?





I am just starting to get our system ready for adding in an E3K server, and
when I am trying to upgrade the ADC to the 2003 version, I am receiving the
following permission error:  Win32 ID no: c00708ad error  and the ADC
installation fails. I am logged on with an account that ahs full Domain, and
Exchange administration rights. I have done a google search and did not find


Can anyone suggest what else may need to be added to this account? Or what
else may be causing this error?




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