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System Attendant Service failed to create session for virtual machine FNBMAIL02. The error number is 0xc007054b.

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I am continually getting these errors.  I cannot figure out how to resolve.  This is in Exchange 2003.  Any help would be appreciated.

System Attendant Service failed to create session for virtual machine FNBMAIL02. The error number is 0xc007054b.

Microsoft Exchange System Attendant reported an error '0xc007056b' when setting DS notification.

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What is the event log error number?
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you may also see this when the Exchange Service Account credentials have been changed or have been corrupted.
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If those do not help can you tell me if this is a relatively new install?  Can you recall anything that changed when this started occuring or has this always been an issue?
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What is the history of this server?
Clean build, upgrade?
What about the org? Clean to Exchange 2003, upgraded from a previous version via swing?
Is the server on the latest service packs?
Is the closest domain controller also a global catalog? Is the domain controller behaving itself?
Are the Exchange services running under a specific account, or the local system account?

Simon.
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