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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 and restart the Message Queuing service.
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This Event ID appears each time the computer is started or if the MSMQ service is restarted. To see the MSMQ objects in Active Directory Users and Computers, click View on the menu and ensure that the Users, Groups, and Computers as containers and Advanced Features options are ticked.
See MSMQ Frequently Asked Questions for more details.
Restart the MSMQ service. If this Event ID is still appearing then fix as follows:
- In Active Directory Users and Computers, alternate-click the MSMQ object under the computer with the error and click Delete. Click Yes to confirm deletion.
- Restart the computer with the error. This Event ID should not appear. Look for EventID 2163, 2125, 2028, and 2060 from source MSMQ.
- In Active Directory Users and Computers the new MSMQ object should appear. Refresh the screen (press F5) if necessary.
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