ISINTEG is a valuable command used as Microsoft Exchange Information Store Integrity Checker. This Exchange isinteg utility is utilized to test and repair Exchange database to remove logical inconstancies. This is a stand-alone Powershell Command line that can detect the actual Exchange database. It understands the link that maps tables and records with their source folders and messages, whereas ESEUTIL cannot do this.
Information Store Integrity Checker can be used with both private and public information store of Exchange database. It inspects the information (locate the path of data in the database) linked with the Mailboxes, folders, data items, and attachments for errors. If any errors exist, repair Exchange database via the fix option of this tool. If the storage disk is physically damaged then, users have to seek other remedies. The default location of ISINTEG tool is “drive >> Program >> Files >> exchsrvr >> bin”.
The ISINTEG utility is generally used with any one of the following switches/attributes / Perimeter
Default Location: By default the ISINTEG tool stored in location Exchsrvr\Bin folder.
Before you repair Exchange database via ISINTEG verify the following conditions:
To run INISTEG command line, execute the following command in Command Prompt:isinteg — s ServerName [-fix] [-verbose] [-1 logfilename] -test testname [[,test name]…]
After implying above-stated isinteg command, it will display the health state of the database and display a list of tables examined by it:
After running ISINTEG –FIX command, your system will prompt many warnings notifications before executing repair Exchange database process. However, you can ignore these messages safely. All you have to do is, pay the attention to the end of ISINTEG. If the database is in the healthy state, it will imply zero errors reported. To verify the zero error condition, run ISINTEG command once again.
If the Exchange EDB files comprise high-level corruption that is caused by Jet Engine Failure or other accidental reason then it becomes a difficult task to repair database using ISINTEG and ESEUTIl commands. Thus, to repair Exchange database from highly-corruption, Exchange Recovery Software can be used. The Tool is capable to recover and restore back of Offline EDB File in healthy condition.
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Since various scenarios occur when Exchange Administrator and user faces corruption issues in Exchange Database and to fix minor corruption issues in EDB mailboxes offers two built-in utilities i.e. INISTEG and ESEUTIL. In above section, we discussed Information Store Integrity Checker Isinteg Command, which used in Exchange 2007 and below versions whereas ESEUTIL Command still used to repair exchange database. If this command line implies high-level corruption, it cannot be possible to repair Exchange Database manually via ESEUTIL.
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