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Exchange system attendant starts and then stops

We did a DR whereby we reinstalled exchange , copied the databases to the original location and tried to start the service in the event viewer in comes up with the following error

Unexpected error The system cannot find the path specified. Facility: Win32 ID no: c0070003 Microsoft Exchange System Attendant  occurred.

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Process MAD.EXE (PID=3268). DS Access is shutting down.                                                                                                                                              
when trying to start the Exchange system attendant                                                                                                                                    
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Install Windows 2003 support tools

Follow article mentioned below it will resolve System attendant service issue

In the Exchange-server @ registry key under
MSExchangeSA\Parameters\ServerName and LogDirectory and LogPermissions are there?
If not, you need to create the missing registry key then attempt to start the Services
Yaseer_ThomasAuthor Commented:
Still getting the same error
what they said in the article was already done
any other plans
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Run Policy test and check proper permissions are there or not. If not assign the permisison.

Yaseer_ThomasAuthor Commented:
ran all the tests a;; test 100%
still same error

Check the msExchDataPath attribute of the server object see if it's pointing to the correct location.

Open ADSIEdit.
Expand Configuration, Services, Microsoft Exchange, <Your ORG>, Administrative
Groups, <Your Administrative Group>, Servers, <Your Server>
Right-click <Your Server> and pull up properties.
Select the attritue msExchDataPath. Change the location so that it points to the correct location for \exchsrvr (i.e. C:\Program Files\exchsrvr)
Yaseer_ThomasAuthor Commented:
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