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Server had dns problems so demoted the server and promoted it. However when i promoted it i gave it a different name. Little did i know what effect this would have on exchange! Now Exchange System Attendant will not start.

Is there any way round this or have i got to start again?

Server is 2003 sbs.
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Because this is SBS  you are better off  to restore from Backup.
Changing the server name is not supported.
Have you tried (as a last reort) to rename he server to its old name and re-run all the wizards?
Olaf
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by:Lewis1991
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I'd be nice but stupidly never made a backup.
Could always try renaming it is there an easier way then demoting it etc.

Also my quest for an answer lead me to this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910413   So I assusme if I can some how re add those stated accounts it may work.
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I would suggest you ring MS Support on this.
Be prepared for them to say you need to start again.
Olaf
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by:Lewis1991
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had to do it Reinstalled OS.

Thanks for all imput.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Don't know why we even botheranswering some questions.
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