Here is a fix for the above problem from my buddy Murthy, as we work on a SharePoint migration/implementation.
This issue happened when I try to access the Mysite (web application) pages or any pages in the SSP admin web application.
There is no issue in accessing the Team sites, it is working fine.
Hmm, Strange Error made me to explore
The windows event log
SQL server log
Many articles suggests different solution and one is as below
RESOLUTION: We gave group WSS_WPG Read permissions to following registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\Office Server\12.0 We gave group WSS_ADMIN_WPG Full permissions to the same registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\Office Server\12.0 We added application pool Account ("dcomcnfg.exe") to the Distributed users We rebooted the server
No Use with all those solutions.
Then I did Uninstall MOSS, and reconfigured the whole farm again, still got the issue.
Spent the whole day, finally I got one article says peculiar solution to this problem, it worked for me too.
Here is the link to the article https://blogs.pointbridge.com/Blogs/ayyapusetty_raja/Pages/Post.aspx?_ID=10
Here is the solution, Believe it
The evaluation version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for this server has expired
By: Raja Ayyapusetty Posted: November 22, 2007 at 1:24 PM
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Definitely not the message you want to see after paying a whole lot of bucks. This happened to a colleague of mine when he tried to setup "My Sites". In fact, same error message was thrown whenever he tried to use any feature of "MOSS Enterprise".
After opening MS ticket and much debugging, here is the solution:
Open the associated web.config
Make any change and undo it
Save the web.config
Believe it or not that is your solution. Hope this helps to somebody.