On the problem Unity server, was the TOMCAT service installed? On one Unity server upgrade to 4.2(1) the TOMCAT service was not installed, but ran OK on other two servers. I contacted TAC on this. Because the TOMCAT service is installed via a combination of script files, there was no way to get it operational without reinstalling Unity. I did so on this one server and TOMCAT installed OK. If you do have a TOMCAT, the ciscopca files are actually located in c:\commserver\cscoserv. I found this bug which you might want to check with TAC to see if applies to your server - http://www.ciscotaccc.com/kaidara-advisor/voice/showcase?case=K16485955
Also, when you ran the permissions wizard, did you check the Enable DCOM box?
I attached the summary notes from my TAC case so you can review. There were some permissions I checked on the Unity server, included in the notes. I did try the procedure in the link you referenced, but it did not work. This was the first of three servers I upgraded in the same weekend. I did validate the permissions prior to upgrading Unity before commencing the upgrade on the other two. Thank you for your nice comments and I wish you the best on this!
I can access SA pages and I don't think (hope) that I have any permissions problems. I haven't run the script yet - waiting for a maintenance window. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this is an easy fix.
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