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Server 2003 SP2 cannot start Certificate Server error: 0x8009000b (-2146893813)

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We run a  Server 2003 SP2, cannot start Certificate Server with this error: 0x8009000b (-2146893813)

We posted another post with another error in start certificate server But now the situation is different already they are not absent any file .log and the error is different
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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I tell you, this is a system crash scene, I formatted the drive, I installed a new server windows server components p2 + 2003 + IE7 + exchange which is what he did was the old crash (blue screen still does not gain entry to any mode of error session INCI (F8).
1. We copy of the system the day before crash
2. We have a global catalog intact "well replicated ISAM" on the new server
3. We have physical copies of the directory c: the crash, restorations were modified because of the crash the day efore the final following the disaster to format
4. We have no backup of the server certificate as the method that I say I wonder: would it work with a clean backup domain controller with the same name but do not have a copy of the system that failed but the new one?
5. If I put the AD restore, replace everything and copy the old folders that did crash the server gives me the error I mentioned. Do not start certificate server, or IIS, or course exchange
6. If I copy the folders I get another error that I posted also
7. I can not copy the exchange databases to another server because pesasn 80 GB disk has run out of room to move or copy
8. I have hundreds of clients with web and mail service suspended nine days and if not solved by Monday surely lose all

I need a way out that whatever
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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the method you tell me of a good copy of the certificate server to restore, I do not I have it. As much could have a copy that works on the same machine called the same but with a system that is not the same system is a system cloned. Pod'ria is done by starting with that copy of sitem cloned. You get an idea of my problems.
(Sorry my English I'm so down I think my English would be incomprehensible and I'm using google translator)
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by:BTSYSTEMS
ID: 33487159
More about this error:
Key not valid for use in specified state 0x8009000b (-2146893813)
This server it´s the CA root server

This server ít´s the master of all active directory (infraestruture, ....) I´t s Global catalogue too
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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I really do not fully serve the post as it is to reinstall the server certficate mime server, and not export it to another server. Things change. The scenario is a server formatted and where they have reinstalled the same programs and Windows components that you had and then put back up the restoration of active directory.
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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that some have not understood that it is on the same and formated server with the same name AND NOT: "How to move a certification authority to another server"
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rhinoceros earned 500 total points
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FYI... (Performing the Upgrade or Migration)
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc742388(WS.10).aspx

However, if you change the name of your CA you break the trust and therefore you
break your CA. You HAVE to keep the CA the same name forever.

Very confusion, how about your environment ? Where is your CA ?
>>We run a  Server 2003 SP2, cannot start Certificate Server

New server is installed Exchange and DC ?
>>I installed a new server windows server components p2 + 2003 + IE7 + exchange
>>2. We have a global catalog intact "well replicated ISAM" on the new server

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by:BTSYSTEMS
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Give a days I want ask you when I will have a little of time.
this
>>New server is installed Exchange and DC ?
>>>>I installed a new server windows server components p2 + 2003 + IE7 + exchange
>>>>2. We have a global catalog intact "well replicated ISAM" on the new server
 mind:
I formated the server reinstall all of services he had and restore system backup, and introducing into the system with others domain controllers without problem. With the same name.

But I had´nt a backp of this CA Certificate server
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by:BTSYSTEMS
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It's note fully solucition. I'm not abandoned tubos question simplely. The question are not fully answered
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