Try setting the Exchange Server to be a GCServer as well...
Quote:> I have installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 on a separate Windows 2000
> Server (SP3) in our domain. When this new server boots up, it is unable
> start the 'Microsoft Exchange System Attendant' service and this
> subsequently doesn't allow the other Exchange services to start.
> The error message in the event viewer is "Event ID: 7001 - The Microsoft
> Exchange Information Store service depends on the Microsoft Exchange
> Attendant service which failed to start because of the following error:
> Also in the Application Log of the event viewer the following appears
> ID: 1005 - Unexpected error The specified domain either does not exist or
> could not be contacted. Facility: Win32 ID no: c007054b Microsoft
> System Attendant occurred."
> I have found information on the Microsoft KB
> (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;252137) that says
> that the Exchange Server cannot contact a global catalog server. I have
> followed the instructions to check that the Domain Controller (also a W2K
> server - SP2) has been setup as a global catalog server.
> Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated.
> Kind regards,