I`ve been having problems with backupexec backing up my exchange servers for the last 2 weeks and so as this is the evening I tried rebooting my exchange servers to see if that could have something to do with it.
To my surprise my exchange mailbox server will now not boot. They are stuck on the VMware bios screen with the status bar half way. I have no idea what to do as I have searched on the net and found nothing.
I`m a little stressed as these servers HAVE TO be in prod tomorrow.
Here is the info:
2 hosts running vmware esx4
2 vms running win2k8R2 exchange 2010 hub/cas - booting fine
2 vms running win2k8R2 exchange 2010 mailbox - both will not boot.
Any help or questions that can be provided will be greatly appreciated.
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