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Cannot get ISINTEG to run on Exchange 2003

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I must be missing something.  I can not get the isinteg command to run at all.  I am running out of time and thought it would be quicker for someone to type it out completely for me.

Server Name: VSGMAIL

BIN LOCATION: D:\program files\exchsrvr\bin

LOGFILES: E:\Buffalo Storage Group

STORE: E:\Buf_Roc\MDBDATA

STORE NAME: Buffalo Mailbox Store (VSGMAIL).edb

I just need to know how the complete command would look like please.
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I got it.

isinteg -S VSGMAIL -fix -verbose -l fixlog.txt -test alltests

Not sure what it was.  I closed out of the command and went back into it. Mounted and and dismounted the store.
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