c1030af2 Error on Exchange Public Folders

Hi everyone. We just bought Small Business Server 2000 (2003 is being shipped to us in January), and were having some trouble getting Public Folders to work.

I've already read through a lot of questions regardign this, and I think the M: drive is the problem.  We were running ArcServe 2000 SBS on the M: drive before, and had never tried using Public Folders until now.

Is there a way to restore the permissions on that drive without reinstalling or anything that drastic?  Or is it possible that this is not the problem?

Thanks!
mrjjmanAsked:
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mrjjmanAuthor Commented:
That applies to folders under the main folder.  I cannot even access the public folder tree itself.
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mrjjmanAuthor Commented:
I gave up.  If you need to fix it, reinstall Exchange.
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