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I have enabled Database Zeroing in my Exchange Server 2K3 sp2 via the Exchange Server Manager. I now need to make sure it is working. However, I do not know what the event ID # is to view in "Event Viewer". I assume the source is ESE. Can anyone help me on this so I know for a fact it is enabled. Thanks
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Hi,
Source ESE  
ID: 197 when it start
ID: 198 when it completes succesfuly
Thanks
Nitin
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I can not find event id 197 or 198 in the Event Viewer. Is there some type of special logging I need to startup in ESM. Do I need to stop & start the exchange server services to start the logging??
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The Microsoft Information Store services must be stopped and restarted and in ESM (Exchange Service Manager) the Diagnostic Logging must be set for "MSExchange IS\System, General-Medium, Performance Monitor - Minimuim and Exchange Backup & Restore - Maximum. Also, the event ID for "Start Zeroing" is 706 & 712. And the ID for "Finishing Zeroing" is 707& 713".
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