Assigned a subscriber to the default Administrative CoS so that subscriber can use their own NT domain user profile to manage the Voice Mail system. However, when this administrative user tries to change the CoS (Class of Service) of other users to remove "text to speech" capabilites for some users, the administrative web page errors with messages about running out of one or more "licensed features". However, when the user logs into the web page as the Administrator (which in our case is also the Exchange SA), we are able to make the appropriate changes to the subscriber's profile to remove text to speech. In addition, the counts for the licensed features are different when logged on as the administrator and when logged on as an administrative subscriber with the default administrative Class of Service.<br><br>
I think I might know what this is... The registry rights scheme changed between NT and Win2K and I think there's an issue here since reading/updating the key it also tied to some registry keys where we temporarily cache some of that info. The admin account is going to have rights to the whole thing, other accounts might have read only access... you can try this out for me by trying different accounts on the box to verify it.
Let me dig around for a bit and I'll post and answer when I get a solution.
OK The SA folks ran this one down for me today, we think we know what's causing this. This has been fixed in 2.4.5, but was present in all released builds of 2.4.0 and could affect folks running on Win2K (there wont be an issue on NT 4.0).
The deal was one of the calls being made to check some of the key limits (i.e. how many TTS users are on the key) was using a library that opens the a registry key in the AV branch in READ | WRITE mode. Since WinNT has the Everyone group by default setup for read/write permissions in the registry, this wasnt a problem. For Win2K they switched over to the Authenticated Users group not having write permissions. As such if youre not accessing the SA with an account thats a member of the Administrators group, the call to read the key values fails and you get weird results.
So, to solve this now (without having to wait to get your copy of 2.4.5) you can change the permissions on the Authenticated Users group in the registry on the Unity box and this issue should go away. To do that:
1. Open REGEDT32.EXE and go to the Hkey_Local_Machine window.
2. Go to the Software\ActiveVoice folder and select the Security | Permissions option from the menu.
3. Select Authenticated Users in the top list box and press the Advanced button at the bottom.
4. On the resulting dialog, make sure Authenticated Users is selected in the top list box (again yeah, I know the interface is a little weird) and press the View/Edit button.
5. On the permissions entry dialog that comes up, make sure everything is allowed except Create Link, Write DAC and Write Owner.
OK out and you should be cool. Dont be confused this will create a second Authenticated User permission definition in there one will be called Read (the original one you modified) and one will be called special that has the new permissions you add to the original one. Kinda weird, but this is how Win2K does things. It ors the permissions together.
If that doesnt solve your problem, do be sure and let me know.
Guess what. I also ran into this issue in 188.8.131.52. No 'authenticated users' group in the key. You see it in the 'add' list but it's was not there by default. I followed these steps and it solved our licensing issue. Problem was that the primary service account got orphaned and no admins could get in and add users. This trick worked as well even though it referenced older versions.
Also, dbWalker isn't clearing the orphan. Errors out stating (1) error found but log lists several errors: Error greeting 'after greeting' destination Alias =openinggreetingch
No problems with that registiry rights work around that I know of... lots of sites have had to do that.
email me the dbWalker.log file generated by that run so I can take a look. If it wasn't removing the orphan it probably checked the AVP_SYSTEM_ID on it and determined it didn't match the local Unity server so it left it alone. I need to do that since you can have multiple Unity servers installed into the same site and I don't want to wax other boxes' objects... that would be bad.
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