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SBS server 2003 services do not start after chkdsk

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Hi all,

I have a SBS 2003 on which a chkdsk was performed.  It replaced a bunch of security ids and after reboot, most services don't start most notably the rpc service.  I have a backup fo the system state which is done with veritas.  I tried to do a repair but from the windows interface it says it cannot contact the AD (when trying the add/remove programs change option).  I then tried by booting with the sbs cd that came with the server but what it does is that it installs a fresh version in another partition.  Anyone has any ideas?
Also, neither backup exec nor windows backup are able to start.
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by:Thethical
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Check the dependencies of the services before to be sure that their started
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by:BorisGuerrero
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the rpc service has no dependencies, however a bunch of services depend on it.  
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Just gave up on this issue, doing a clean install and restoring.
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