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Exchange 2010 information store service won't start error code-2147221213

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I am running Exchange 2010 SP2 on a Server 2008 R2 in VMware with 4 hosts. 2 hosts for HUB& CAS and 2 hosts for MBX roles. But Information Store doesn't start and get error code -2147221213.

I rebooted the server. but same error.
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by:psanjoy
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It is happening only for first MailBox server
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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That is a pretty generic error.
Is there anything else logged?
Have you checked the basics, such as free disk space and date/time is correct (particularly time zone).

Simon.
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Issue has been resolved by changing the time on the MB server and restarting the server.
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