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CRM2007 to Trex server issue

Hi,

I have installed Trex on Windows 2003 64bit environment for to integrate Ecom B2B functionality.Installation was sucessfull also Trex rfc works fine.

But when I go to Trex admin and services http server status shows red .

I have done all the possibilities like reinstalling multiple time and applied oss notes 1008299,1029783 no use.This is really frustarting, can u please help me if you find any resolution.

- Lisa

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2009 at 10:35 AM

    Hi

    Have you installed IIS in Trex System. This is required to start the http services.

    regards

    Subhasis

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2009 at 03:47 PM

    Yes. I have installed IIS on trex system

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2009 at 01:16 PM

    Hi,

    did you solve this?

    I have same problem with a Trex 7.10 installation.

    httpserver service doesn't start.

    Gets this message in the TREXIISCtrlAlert file:

    error(0x80070005,'Access is denied'): failed to get w3svc container

    Have tried to set IIS to be run in 32bit mode.

    Have also tried:

    You need to set permission for TREX folder following users

    Trex service user

    IUSER

    IWAM Users

    trxadm

    and assign service user in the administrator group

    But I still got same error msg.

    Br,

    Mikael Andersson

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