This document addresses the error message :- Error from authentication subsystem, which users encounter when the Cisco Unity System Administration (SA) is accessed from a remote system, and the solution to fix this problem.
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When you attempt to access the System Administration or Status Monitor, this error appears in the browser:
Error from authentication subsystem.hr=0x8004054B (The specified domain either does not exist or could not be
Please see your Cisco Unity system administrator for more details.
This problem can occur when you access the System Administration or Status Monitor from a remote system. Try one these workarounds in order to overcome this error message:
Try to log into the SA with the IP address of the Cisco Unity server, rather than the server name, in the URL.
Turn off Windows Authentication on the Cisco Unity server.
Complete these steps in order to turn off Windows Authentication on the Cisco Unity server:
Choose Start > Programs > Administative Tools > Internet Services Manager in order to start the IIS Manager.
Go to the default web site.
Right-click on web, then properties.
Choose the directory security tab.
Click Edit Anonymous access and authentication control.
Click Anonymous access and uncheck Integrated Windows Authentication.
Reset the WWW service.
Sometimes, the second workaround previously mentioned results in this error message:
This is most likely an error with a DLL, probably AvSaLocalizationSvr.dll or perhaps
AvSaLocaleInfoSvr.dll. Check that these files are present, and registered with REGSVR32.
Also be sure that the appropriate MsgStoreRes.dll file is present.
Cannot continue. (From: Global.asa: hr=0x80070005)
Complete these steps in order to overcome this error message:
Search the Cisco Unity server for these files:
Choose Start > Run, and type cmd. Press Enter.
CD to the directory where the AvSaLocalizationSvr.dll file is located.
At the prompt, type regsvr32 AvSaLocalizationSvr.dll.
CD to the directory where the AvSaLocaleInfoSvr.dll file is located.
At the prompt, type regsvr32 AvSaLocaleInfoSvr.dll
Note: For each register attempt, a pop-up message indicates that the .dll registered successfully.
Now, update three DCOM configuration entries in Component Services:
Choose Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Component Services. Expand Component Services > Computers > My Computer > DCOM Config.
Changes must be made on these entries:
Right-click each entry and choose Properties. Choose the Security tab and customize Launch Permissions. Add the Everyone group and give it Local Launch and Local Activation privileges.
There is no need to reboot after these steps.
When you attempt to access the Cisco Unity System Administration from the server itself nor remotely, this error appears in the browser:
Error from authentication subsystem hr=0x80040155 (Interface not registered\x0d\x0a)
Complete these steps in order to resolve this issue:
From the command line, type CD to C:\Commserver\Orderedcoms and enter these commands:
Then, CD to C:\commserver\components and enter this command:
When you attempt to access the Cisco Unity System Administration from the server itself or remotely, this error appears in the browser:
Error from aunthentication subsystem hr=0x80004005(E_FAIL
In order to remove this error, go to IIS and allow Anonymous Authentication.
When you try to make a modification for a user in Unity, this error message is received: Error hr=0x80004005 (e_Fail) Failed to commit changes. This occurs anytime you try to make changes to a subscriber in Unity.
In order to resolve this issue, complete these steps:
Restart the AvDSAD and AvGlobalcatalog services from Programs > Administrative Tools > Services.
Ensure that Cisco Unity and Active Directory are synchronized. If not, synchronize from the Database Object Hierarchy (DOH) layer of Cisco Unity using DOHProp test.
Try to force a reconnection by using the Domain Controller/Global Catalog (DC/GC) Reconnect Settings tool, which is available at Cisco Unity Tools Depot > Administrative Tools.