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cannot access the Exchange store

Posted on 2008-10-10
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I am getting the error below
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Microsoft Exchange Warning
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The following warning(s) were reported while loading topology information:

get-MailboxDatabase
Completed

Warning:
ERROR: Could not connect to the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service on server PGSERVER.pg.local. One of the following problems may be occurring: 1- The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service is not running. 2- There is no network connectivity to server PGSERVER.pg.local. 3- You do not have sufficient permissions to perform this command. The following permissions are required to perform this command: Exchange View-Only Administrator and local administrators group for the target server. 4- Credentials have been cached for an unpriviledged user. Try removing the entry for this server from Stored User Names and Passwords.



get-PublicFolderDatabase
Completed

Warning:
ERROR: Could not connect to the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service on server PGSERVER.pg.local. One of the following problems may be occurring: 1- The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service is not running. 2- There is no network connectivity to server PGSERVER.pg.local. 3- You do not have sufficient permissions to perform this command. The following permissions are required to perform this command: Exchange View-Only Administrator and local administrators group for the target server. 4- Credentials have been cached for an unpriviledged user. Try removing the entry for this server from Stored User Names and Passwords.


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OK
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Any suggestions, Please

Thank you

Sepp
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Question by:smbtelnet
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Solved the problem,

Got rid of the cached password, by shutting the server down completely.

Thank You

Sepp
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