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Exchange 2010 quit working after installing Remote Desktop Gateway

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I installed Remote Desktop Gateway on a Windows 2008 Server that was running Exchange 2010... after the install, the Exchange Service will not start-- it may be due to the fact that I chose to share it with the RDP Gateway... I uninstalled RDP Gateway and rebooted and Exchange still doesn't work...

What can I do?  What do I look for?  PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!
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Question by:terryg42
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by:Exchange_Geek
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Which Exchange Services are we talking about?
What are the errors do you see in your App and Sys logs?
Were there any MS Updates that got installed lately?

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Exchange_Geek
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by:terryg42
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I haven't looked over the services-- I'm just saying I added "Remote Desktop Gateway" to the 2008 R2 server, Exchange quit-- I can't open the console or the shell and the owa does not work .. avfter uninstalling the Remote Desktop Gateway and rebooted, Exchange 2010 still does not work.
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First and foremost - check the Exchange related services and Events. These are two most important places you'd need to start with.

You might need to re-install your virtual Directories - but that is a later stage of troubleshooting.

Regards,
Exchange_Geek
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by:terryg42
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I figured it out myself: I pulled the core opsys files from a backup.
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