Hi, currently am having some issue with the 3.1 Cisco Unity Configuration setup...<br><br>Just after the 'Select Message Store', having chosen Microsoft Exchange 2000, this message appeared "The Exchange Domain Servers Group could not be found in the following domain"\\UNITY"...<br><br>Am installing a demo set comprising of CM, Unity & aironet, where Unity will house the Exchange 2000 svr. I went over the installation with the manual on hand, installed the Active Directory as directed, SQL, Exchange2k, and am really puzzled where I might have strayed..<br><br>appreciate if you could revert back. Thanks!<br><br><br><br>
Yes, we've seen this on a few sites. The most likely cause is either a DNS issue or a DHCP issue. Any time the "UNITY" server name is showed as the domain in an error message, this is usually a dead give away.
The last site we worked on that showed this message had Unity configured to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server and one was not visible... they assigned a static address and things went through smooth.
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