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Only a few services starting server 2003 x64

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We have a 2003 64-bit server that has been up and running for a few years now, two days ago I stopped being able to remote into it, upon going to the server I can log in locally. Looking at it the network connections are missing so I went to check the services and basically all of them were stopped save for plug and play and a few others. I tried to start Network Connections but it came up with a "Dependency doesn't exist or has been marked for deletion" it does this for all the services when I try to start them. I suspect some kind of virus but am having trouble finding anything. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.  
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Is the RPC service started?

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Nope and when you try to it says same thing as all the others "Dependecy doesn't exist or may be marked for deletion."

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Alright, let me get a feel for your domain.

How many DC's are we looking at?
I assume this is a domain controller??
If more that one, what are the operating systems of all?
Is this your PDCe?

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Also, what roles does this play?

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It's not a domain controller, actually it's not even part of our domain it's a standalone server that a few people terminal into and work on. Not sure why it's setup this way, was like this before I got here.
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I was leaning towards wiping it, just thought I'd see if anyone else had different reccomendations. Thanks for the help though.

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