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Message Queuing Active Directory Operation

Updated: December 3, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Message Queuing must integrate successfully with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) to function properly in domain mode. The integration of the Active Directory interface, configuration, and other related issues can affect Message Queuing.

Events

Event ID Source Message

2035

MSMQ

The Message Queuing service cannot start. The Active Directory interface cannot be initialized. Error %1: %2

2060

MSMQ

The Message Queuing service is online with Active Directory and fully operational.

2068

MSMQ

The list of Message Queuing servers with directory service functionality in the Windows registry is empty.

2122

MSMQ

This domain controller is not trusted for delegation. Therefore, the Message Queuing server cannot run.

2123

MSMQ

The Message Queuing server cannot determine if the local domain controller is trusted for delegation. This may indicate a serious problem.

2165

MSMQ

The sites where the computer resides cannot be resolved. Check that the subnets in your network are configured correctly in Active Directory and that each site is configured with the appropriate subnet.

2166

MSMQ

The Message Queuing service cannot join the '%1' Windows NT 4.0 domain. The Active Directory Integration subcomponent was therefore removed.

2169

MSMQ

The local computer is a Message Queuing routing server that formerly belonged to the '%1' domain and is now operating in workgroup mode. Other Message Queuing clients still regard this computer as a routing server and will try to route messages through this computer.

Related Management Information

MSMQ Service

Message Queuing

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