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Cannot mount database Exchange 2010

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I have one mailbox database and I cannot mount this or create a new
I try to do the same as http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_27499813.html
I attach the error
I have the same error if I try to create a new database or if I try to mount the database whitch exist
I give you also the result of the command witch is given in the link
The result is affich immedialty so do you launch the command from the c:\ or installation exchange dvd ?

Thanks for your help
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Try running the below command and then try with mounting.
Setup.com /PrepareAd

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I already test to run this command (cf Sans-titre.png) but I seems to be not concluant
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The problem is resolved
The command Setup.com /PrepareAd is good but it will be launch from the source of installation and not from the directory C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Bin\
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Sorry to say but thats the only location from where the command can be run so not sure what you mean by you said exactly from the location where the command should be run from ?

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If you run the command from  C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Bin\ you don't have any error so I thought that the command is good from this location
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The Setup.com file is in the location so you have to run it from there or from the Setup folder location ..... anyways happy that the issue is resolved rather the points :)
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I say exactly where the command will be launch
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