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While try to upgrade the Exchange i get an error shared below

Unexpected error The local machine must be a Kerberos KDC (domain controller) and it is not. ID no: 80090339 Microsoft Exchange System Attendant  occurred
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Yes the service is started and also ran EXBPA to check if that reports some issue but looks fine
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Hope that normal Exchange functionality is working fine ?
When you say Upgrade is that to Exchange 2010 \ 2013 or just some SP or RU ?
How many NIC's does this machine has and hope the Order is perfect if you have disabled NIC's
Can you please share the EXBPA report with us :)

- Rancy
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Its an Update to Exchange 2007 SP3 and we worked our way with some assistance
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