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Can't open server properties on 2003 Exchange server

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Right clicking My Computer, clicking Properties, getting the following messsage:

This application has failed to start because USP10.dll was not found.  Re-installing the application may fix this problem."

Any advice or suggestions?
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Question by:Ronald Hicks
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Shabarinath Ramadasan earned 1000 total points
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Copy USP10.dll from another server to C:\Windows\System32 and see if that helps.

Good luck

Shaba
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by:Ronald Hicks
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That did it!!  Thanks.  I wonder what happened.  Oh well, all's well...
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