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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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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?

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