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Failed to get the Crawl Scope Manager with error=0x8001010d.

 
 
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      8th Aug 2008
Hi
I've noticed the error in the subject line appearing in my event log every time I start Outlook 2007 on my XP Pro SP3 PC.

It is followed by
Failed to determine if the store is in the crawl scope (error=0x8001010d).

I am also getting Windows Search Service warnings and wonder if these are related?

Any ideas anyone?
 
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      8th Aug 2008
It looks like this could be the answer:

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Try to rebuild the index when you have WDS installed. If that doesn't
solve it the do these steps:

1. Stop Indexing service "cmd: net stop wsearch" and check in
TaskManager's process list that SearchIndexer.exe was really stopped.
2. Delete %SystemDrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\Search\Data
\Applications\Windows (Vista) or %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data
\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows (XP) folder with all its
files and subfolders.
3. Delete the following registry keys:
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\Applications\windows"
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\CatalogName\windows"
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\Databases\windows"
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\Gather\windows"
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\Gathering manager
\Applications\windows"
- "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search\UsnNotifier\windows"
You'll have to change reg key ownership and change permission
first.
4. In registry in key "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows Search"
switch "SetupCompletedSuccessfully" subkey to "0" - you'll have to
change reg key ownership and change permission first.
5. Start Indexing service back "cmd: net start wsearch"
6. Wait until "SetupCompletedSuccessfully" subkey switch back to 1.
If it's still "0" after 5 minutes, it means the setup is failed again.
 
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      8th Aug 2008
Thanks Ian -- This looks promising.
Closed Outlook, Followed the instructions, restarted Outlook, --- No Errors as yet. I'll keep an eye on this and see how it goes.

Thanks again.
 
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      20th Aug 2008
If you get this error in the event log, it's NOT outlook, it's windows search. So don't waste time repairing, OST, PST, outlook. Do this fix first.

Thanks to all of you.
 
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