Microsoft Exchange Replication service problem

Every server start, I receive this error:
The Microsoft Exchange Replication service couldn't find a valid configuration for database '8d53d2ce-491a-461e-8574-ff96cba987be' on server 'ZSSERVER'. Error:

I have Windows Server 2008 R2 and Exchange Server 2010.

Where is problem?
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pospichalalesAsked:
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Mr_GrumpyCommented:
Hi

Have you moved the mail databases? Are the mailboxes mounted? Are Outlook clients able to connect?
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pospichalalesAuthor Commented:
no, there are at default place. Outlook is able to connect and databases are mounted.
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Sam_RendellCommented:
I also have this error mine show a different ID string though, I am assuming it is showing the string instead of a proper name because it is referring to a database that got screwed up and I had to remove in ADSI Edit to get it out of the EMC.

Have you removed and databases at all?

What do the pros think of this?
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pospichalalesAuthor Commented:
Solved by stopping Microsoft Exchange Replication service.
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pospichalalesAuthor Commented:
Not solved! Databases were dismounted after server restart. This is error, which can be corrected in SP1 for Exchange 2010.
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manav08Commented:
SP1 for Exchange 2010 is not out yet. http://www.v3.co.uk/v3/news/2260997/exchange-2010-sp1-coming
I am having the same issue. Installed the lates ROLLUP UPDATE 2 but no luck.
Did you resolve it?
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pospichalalesAuthor Commented:
No, problem still persists. I read that this problem can be fixed with SP1 as you are writing.
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manav08Commented:
ok I see. Also I have another issue where Microsoft System Attndant sevice doesn;t start automatically and there is some kerberos error in relation to this. You in the same boat??
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pospichalalesAuthor Commented:
No, I think that I do not have this problem.
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