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SBS 2003 SERVER - DATABASE CORRUPTION ERROR 467 APPLICATION LOG

Posted on 2013-10-25
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Hello,

Hoping you can help.

Every minute or so the following is logged in a clients application log:

SOURCE: ESENT
CATEGORY: DATABASE CORRUPTION
EVENT ID: 467
DESCRIPTION:
Windows (7564) Windows: Index_System_ItemUrl809 of table SystemIndex_0A is corrupted (0)

Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? Firmware and Drivers are up to date and all Windows updates are installed.

I've tried fixes relating to WINS and NTFRS but they have not made a difference.
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You wrote "SBS 2003" on the title but you report an issue on a client. Is the issue on the client connected to a SBS 2003 server or is the issue on the SBS 2003 server?
If it is on the client, please post the list of available services.
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by:utilize
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It's on SBS2003.

When I said 'client' - I meant 'client' of our company, rather than desktop/laptop.
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OK. I understood.
Please see if there's any other Warning/Error on the Server's Application and/or System Logs.
Also, see if there's any service that should be running but is stopped (such as those set to start automatically).
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