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Corrupted Exchange on 2000 Server

Posted on 2008-11-02
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I have an Exchange Server part of SBS that I believe has a corrupted installation due to virus activity.  Currently the folliwing three services fail to start:

Exchange System Attendant
Exchange Information Store
Exchange MTA Stacks

Event IDs 1002, 1005, 9004 are logged when I attempt to start services. What is the best way to  recover from here.  Should I uninstall and reinstall Exchange.


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what antivirus software are you using?

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Symantec old version, 8.x, apparently combofix was run on the server to remove the exploit.
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Setup a temorary server and moved all services over to it.  Will reinstall the OS and all services, import mailboxes from offline backups.
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