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Unable to start Exchange IS service

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This happened after I installed Service Pack 2. I have tried the KB article about setting the permissions on the 'setup' key in the registry, but this has not fixed it. Please help. Thanks
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what error do you get when you try to start the IS service?
have you tried to disable the anti-virus from the registry and then try to start IS?
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"the microsoft exchange information store service terminated with service specific error 0 (0x0).

AV has been switched off..
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what AV do you have?
by switched off, do you mean services are disabled?
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Sorted mate... I disabled all AV services - restarted server and the IS works now.
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cool.
AV can cause a lot of problems, that is why my first question to you was to check whether AV is disabled or not
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