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Unable to create CMS database for the Lync FE pool Error “Install-CsDatabase : Command execution failed: The requested object does not exist. “

We were in transition phase to move CMS database from lync 2010 to Lync 2013 server. All users were migrated and now migrating CMS.

Lync 2010 Environment:

Lync 2010 Front End Pool contain two front end servers and one of the front end server is CMS master Server. This pool has one standalone SQL server which is holding CMS database along with other database.

Lync 2013 Environment:

Lync 2013 have three front end servers. This front end pool have two node cluster SQL which is holding backend datasbe for this pool. Backend SQL cluster is also holding instance for one other front end pool called “BIG Meeting”.

 Problem :
As per MS article we issues the below command to create the new Central Management store database in the Lync Server 2013 SQL Server database which is a prereqsuite to start the CMS realocation

Install-CsDatabase -CentralManagementDatabase -SqlServerFqdn “FQDN SQLInstance” -SqlInstanceName “SQLInstance”

Above command failed with below error

Install-CsDatabase : Command execution failed: The requested object does not exist. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80010114)”

Solution: As we have SQL cluster hosting all lync 2013 BE instance, we must use database and log file path to tell the cmdlets to create CMS database.

Then we used a command as below with ‘DatabasePaths’ switch.

Install-CsDatabase -CentralManagementDatabase -SqlServerFqdn “FQDN SQLInstance” -SqlInstanceName “SQLInstance” -DatabasePaths “E:\CSLog”,”F:\CSLog”,”G:\CSDB”

This command was able to successfully created the xds database.

We also move the CMS from Lync 2010 to Lync server 2013 pool, it was completed successfully.

Hope it will help others hosting Lync 2010/2013 database in SQL cluster form 🙂 !!!

 Reference :

Install-CsDatabase

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg399044.aspx

Configure SQL Server clustering for Lync Server 2013

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn383982.aspx

Database installation using Lync Server Management Shell in Lync Server 2013

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398832.aspx

 

Categories: Lync 2013, Uncategorized

Failed to save Web Ticket Signing certificate to the file store

Issue : Lync mobile client can not sign-in .

During my troubleshooting on my lync director server, I see Event 4101 which indicating “Certificate file path” can not be  found. I tried to browse the File store asscitae with DIR servers and can not browse. So its confirm that problem is occurring due to store only. You can also see this event if you have permission problem on lync store directory.

WebTicket

Worked with Storage admin to enable the lyncShare directory with old data which resolved the issue.

Categories: Lync 2013, Uncategorized

Lync 2013 Edge server installation failed on partial installation – Error (An error occurred while applying SQL script for the feature RTCdatabaseStore)

April 29, 2014 3 comments

Many of us would have fall under such situation when you are trying to install Lync 2013 Edge serer role again on any previous failed installation. So what happened. In the previous installation, Lync 2013 setup created RTCdatabase instance which may failed to rewrite while you again run the setup.

We have been seen this issue in one of the EDGE server located in Lync LAB and fixed it by remove old RTC instances and reran setup again

1: Below screen show that Lync 2013 edge setup is failed and not able apply SQL script for the feature RTCDatabaSstore.

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2: We tried to connect SQL instance of Edge server from one of the SQL backed console using “SQL Management Studio” and deleted them one by one.

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3:   I understand that in production environment you can not connect edge server from internal SQL server as its sit in   perimeter network. So you can install one dummy SQL server in same Subnet where Edge server is localized and remove the RTC local database.

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4: Run the setup again from lync 2013 deployment wizard which would go smoothly.

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I hope it could help someone have faced such issue 🙂 🙂  !!!!

Writer : Amit Shah (Lync Expert)

Team (MessagingSchool)

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January 18, 2014 Leave a comment

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