The comment from “Mike Dapkus” is not entirely right. If you put that registry value to 1 as stated, the error disappears but it is still not correct if you are in a domain. To get this correct, you need to put the registry value to 0 if you are in a domain. This will make the errors disappear.
- Description: "The Message Queuing service will not join the <domain> domain. An MSMQ Configuration (msmq) object exists in the new domain with an ID differing from the service ID. Please delete the MSMQ Configuration object in the new domain, restart the Message Queuing service, and log on again" - In one case, a computer had been renamed or SYSPREPd, and the MSMQ object below the Computer object in Active Directory Users and Computers no longer matched. The computer object was deleted from Active Directory Users and Computers and the computer then joined the domain without this error.
- Error code: c00e0075h - See ME839929
and the link to "Veritas Support Document ID: 273251".
This event may occur when you promote a Windows 2000 server to Domain Controller.
Add the following REG_DWORD value to HKLM/Software/Microsoft/MSMQ/Parameters/setup:
AlwaysWithoutDS> Assign it a value of 1.
This value is referenced in the W2K Resource Kit Registry Reference. The error occurs on W2K servers that have MSMQ configured in Workgroup mode, but the server is actually in a domain. 1 tells MSMQ to remain in workgroup mode. This error will appear along with Event 2121. Both are fixed by adding this registry value.