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July 2, 2009

Exchange 2007 SCW and Windows 2008 SP2?

Filed under: Exchange,Exchange 2007,Tools — Amit Tank @ 7:57 pm
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Sometime back an issue posted on TechNet forum but now looks many people are looking about same so though of documenting it. However Microsoft is aware about this and we will get the resolution soon.

Issues is, when you install Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008 Service Pack 2 and try to register SCW to secure Exchange Server Role with below cmdlet, it gives an error and log it in MSSCW log file.

SCW command to register Exchange 2007 extension:
scwcmd register /kbname:Ex2007KB /kbfile:"%programfiles%\Microsoft\Exchange Server\scripts\Exchange2007_WinSrv2008.xml”

Error Message:

Command completed with error.
The parameter is incorrect.
Please check log file(s) under the following directory
%windir%\security\msscw\Logs

MSSCW Log file error:

0x80070057
The specified OS version does not match with the version that is defined in the KBRegistration.xml file. The parameter is incorrect.

Reason is SCW extension XML files are hardcoded to run on Windows 2008 with maximum of Service Pack 1 however we can change the value of ServicePackMajorVersion from 1 to 2 in the file to work with SP2.

Open SCW extension XML file in notepad and change it from:
<SCWKBRegistrationInfo OSMajorVersion="6" OSMinorVersion="0" ServicePackMajorVersion="1" ServicePackMinorVersion="0">

To:
<SCWKBRegistrationInfo OSMajorVersion="6" OSMinorVersion="0" ServicePackMajorVersion="2" ServicePackMinorVersion="0">

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1 Comment

  1. I have the same problem with SBS 2008 and Exchange 2007, what OS version should I use?

    Regards,
    René

    Comment by René — December 15, 2009 @ 1:37 am


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