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Thread: file LSMSSP.DLL and MSPST32.dll errors!

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    Default file LSMSSP.DLL and MSPST32.dll errors!

    Hi,
    whilst trying to install the outlook connector I encountered numberous problems ranging from profile not being created, unable to load LSMSSP.DLL, Errror(127), PST File Path prepend to your PATH environment the directory containing the mspst32.dll installed with outlook.

    I modified the PATH variables on windows XP inserting the path, but it doesn't work.

    What can I do?

    Thanks.

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    Sounds like a path issue, but to be sure, run the installer in debug mode to get a log:

    msiexec /i ZimbraOlkConnector-whatever.msi /l*v foo.log

    and post foo.log

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    Default foo.log

    I uploaded the log file.
    Thanks for your help!
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    Anyone can help me?

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    Not quite sure what is going on here. The log seems to indicate that the install completed successfully, though it couldn't create a Zimbra profile due to an error that the service was unconfigured. I did notice a directory:

    C:\Programmi\File comuni\System\MSMAPI\1033\

    That looks kind of strange -- it should be 1040, not 1033. If you see that directory in your path, I would get rid of it, and if it's on your machine, get rid of it and any files in there.

    You should also probably uninstall completely, and then re-install, rather than upgrade.

    If it can't create the Zimbra profile from the install, that's not always that big a deal. You can create it manually after the install is done.

    Let me know what happens.

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    I tried but it does not work. I have seen, however, that if I create an account with the admin windows user it works ok, if I create it with the normal windows user there is an error. It sounds like a rights problem. But I can not fix it. Any ideas?

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    You have to be an admin (or have admin rights) to install ZCO. Are you not an admin?

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    I did the installation with the admin user and it went well, but I must to create the profile with the normal user and I can.t due to error. If I create the profile with admin user , it works well.

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    Can you enable ZCO logging, and then try to create a profile as a normal user? Then post the log (it will have rundll in the title.)

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