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You Can Not Start Exchange Server 2007 Services On Global Catalog Server

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 includes a number of advanced and added features over its predecessor Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. Some of its features include, new clustering options, voice mail integration, 64-bit support for the greater scalability, support for web services, and better search options. However, in some situations, you may not access your Exchange Server Database (EDB) file after installing Exchange Server 2007 and attaching database to it. The database becomes totally inaccessible and you face serious data loss situations. At this point of time, it becomes essential to perform Exchange Server Recovery using reliable tools.

In a practical scenario, you cannot start the Exchange Server services after installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 on the global catalog server. But, other services can be started manually. Furthermore, you may see the below events in the Event Log of Exchange Server:

1. Event ID: 2601
Source: MSExchange ADAccess
Category: General
Type: Warning
Description: Process MSEXCHANGEADTOPOLOGY (PID=1624). When initializing a remote procedure call (RPC) to the Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology service, Exchange could not retrieve the SID for account – Error code=80040934. The Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology service will continue starting with limited permissions.

2. Event ID: 5000
Source: MSExchangeIS
Category: General
Type: Error
Description: Unable to initialize the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service. – Error 0x96e.
Exchange Server is partially dependent upon Microsoft Exchange System Attendant. Exchange Server Information Store service is not dependent upon Microsoft Exchange System Attendant.

Cause

The problem may occur, if:

1. Exchange Server domain controller and other services don’t start completely.
2. Exchange Server database is corrupted.

Resolution

To perform Microsoft Exchange Recovery, follow the given steps:
1. Manually start Exchange services.
2. Change Exchange Server dependencies.
3. Use Exchange Recovery Software to repair and restore damaged EDB file of Microsoft Exchange Server.

The Exchange Recovery Tool is capable of methodically scanning the damaged Exchange Server database and extract all inaccessible data from it. The software are totally safe and easy to use with read-only nature and interactive user interface.

Advanced Exchange Recovery Software repairs and restores damaged Exchange Server database in all cases of corruption. This exchange server recovery software works well with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, 2003, 2000, and 5.5. It restores all EDB file objects, such as emails, notes, contacts, tasks, attachments, appointments, and more.

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