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The exchange server services on both the back end and the front end wont start. Any idea why?
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that services do not rise to exchange?
events that you register in the viewfinder of events?
if you record the events 2114 and 2112 looks


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/919089
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The problem is because of the domain controller Global Catalog.
I have introduced a new domain controller and made it the Operation master and removed the old from being global catalog. Somehow the exchange was affected, i had to make the old one global catalog again .
The problem is that the exchange is not seeing the new domain controller in the directory access automatically, any idea why?
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