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User Profiles and Properties license expired message MOSS2007

  Asked By: Sandy    Date: May 01    Category: MOSS    Views: 1632

We have a MOSS2007 server licence and standard CAL licenses.
Everything's set up for Kerberos authentication. The User Profiles and
Properties page gives me the error "The evaluation version of Microsoft
Office SharePoint Server 2007 for this server has expired." No other
pages on the farm give me this error.

With verbose logging turned on, here's the relevant portion of the log
file. (I've stripped out non-relevant GUIDs, SIDs, etc...)

05/23/2007 08:38:19.87 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 6t8b
Verbose Looking up context site
http://<WFE:port>/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx in the farm <config>

05/23/2007 08:38:19.87 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 6t8d
Verbose Looking up the additional information about the typical site
http://<WFE:port>/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx
<http://dock_devel:20071/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx> .

05/23/2007 08:38:19.87 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 6t8f
Verbose Site lookup is replacing
http://<WFE:port>/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx
<http://dock_devel:20071/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx> with the
alternate access url http://<WFE:port> <http://dock_devel:20071> .

05/23/2007 08:38:19.87 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 6t8g
Verbose Looking up typical site
http://<WFE:port>/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx
<http://dock_devel:20071/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMain.aspx> in web
application SPWebApplication Name=<SSP> Parent=SPWebService.

05/23/2007 08:38:19.87 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 6t8h
Verbose Found typical site /ssp/admin (<GUID>) in web application
SPWebApplication Name=<SSP> Parent=SPWebService.

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services Database 880l
Verbose ConnectionString: 'Data Source=lasqueti_temp;Initial
Catalog=<SSPContent>;Integrated Security=True;Enlist=False;Connect
Timeout=15' ConnectionState: Closed ConnectionTimeout: 15

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acb Verbose Reverting to process
identity

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acc Verbose Current user before
SqlConnection.Open: Name: <SSP Service Acct> SID: <SID>
ImpersonationLevel: None

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acf Verbose Current user after
SqlConnection.Open: Name: <SSP Service Acct> SID: <SID>
ImpersonationLevel: None

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services Database 880m
Verbose SqlCommand: 'proc_GetWebFeatureList' CommandType:
StoredProcedure CommandTimeout: 0 Parameter: '@RETURN_VALUE'
<mailto:'@RETURN_VALUE'> Type: Int Size: 0 Direction: ReturnValue
Value: '' Parameter: '@SiteId' <mailto:'@SiteId'> Type:
UniqueIdentifier Size: 0 Direction: Input Value: <GUID>' Parameter:
'@WebId' <mailto:'@WebId'> Type: UniqueIdentifier Size: 0 Direction:
Input Value: '<GUID>'

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services Database 880l
Verbose ConnectionString: 'Data Source=<DB Server>;Initial
Catalog=<SSPContent DB>;Integrated Security=True;Enlist=False;Connect
Timeout=15' ConnectionState: Closed ConnectionTimeout: 15

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acb Verbose Reverting to process
identity

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acc Verbose Current user before
SqlConnection.Open: Name: <SSP Service Acct> SID: <SID>
ImpersonationLevel: None

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
1624 8acf Verbose Current user after
SqlConnection.Open: Name: <SSP Service Acct> SID: <SID>
ImpersonationLevel: None

05/23/2007 08:38:20.09 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services Database 880m
Verbose SqlCommand: 'proc_GetWebFeatureList' CommandType:
StoredProcedure CommandTimeout: 0 Parameter: '@RETURN_VALUE'
<mailto:'@RETURN_VALUE'> Type: Int Size: 0 Direction: ReturnValue
Value: '' Parameter: '@SiteId' <mailto:'@SiteId'> Type:
UniqueIdentifier Size: 0 Direction: Input Value: <GUID>' Parameter:
'@WebId' <mailto:'@WebId'> Type: UniqueIdentifier Size: 0 Direction:
Input Value: '00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000'

05/23/2007 08:38:20.38 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 0 Verbose
Releasing SPRequest with allocation Id {<GUID>}

05/23/2007 08:38:20.38 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 0 Verbose
Releasing SPRequest with allocation Id {<GUID>}

05/23/2007 08:38:20.38 w3wp.exe (0x0C98) 0x0CD8
Windows SharePoint Services General 0 Verbose
Releasing SPRequest with allocation Id {<GUID>}

I hope the line breaks carried through in the posting.

It looks to me like on the fourth-from-last line, the
'proc_GetWebFeatureList' is called with an empty GUID. Is that the
problem? If so, what would cause that?

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3 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Sierra Beck     Answered On: May 01

I'm not having any luck with this, so I've bumped the thread. I've
come up empty on the MS forums as well: http://tinyurl.com/yp3hlf

Is it ok for 'proc_GetWebFeatureList' to be called with an empty GUID?

Any ideas would be appreciated.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Elisabeth Walsh     Answered On: May 01

Was this a clean installation of MOSS or was this machine used with a
beta version  that was un-installed?

I have seen this message  before and I cannot remember the scenario.

I do recall that the message had nothing to do with the problem.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Bhavesh Doshi     Answered On: May 01

It's a clean installation of MOSS. One WFE/Index/Query server  and one
SQL Server 2005 db server.

As I said, no where else does it complain of an expired  trial version  or
of any licensing problems. All of the SSP links work fine (i.e. Profile
services policies, My Site settings, etc.). It only returns this error
when clicking on 'User profiles  and properties  on the SSP home page. The
SSP is otherwise operating correctly, happily performing indexing and
search duties. I HAD recreated the SSP at one point....

 




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