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Services for Exchange Server 2007 do not start Automatically

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We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 with Exchange 2007.
When we reboot the server the service do not start automatically. They do start manually but not automatically. I have tried everything to get the Exchange service to start automatically but no luck yet. I even tried this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940845 Still no luck!
I have attached some screenshots of the errors I see...
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Did you tried to change the startup type to "automatic-delayed"?

Please check the DC health "dcdiag.exe?
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Thanks!! That worked!
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You welcome :)
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