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Server had a power-outage and shutdown unexpectedly  and after that server is not working properly. Lots of errors in event logs. I attached System eventlogs as text file and snapshot.

In snapshot you will see red cross icon on Network it showing unknown.

Please help us out to get server backup up again.

Thanks
eventlogs.zip
server-error.jpg
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by:Nick Rhode
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Check your services and verify they are starting.  I see Access is denied when attempting to auto-start the services.

DHCP Client Service
Network Location Awareness

Also not starting are the services dependent on those.
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by:Tsicinc
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yes right. When i am trying to start service manually it gives same error.
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by:Nick Rhode
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When you go into properties of that service, what is the Log On tab settings.
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by:nobus
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you can run sfc /scannow
or just run a chkdsk on the drive
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by:Tsicinc
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Some Local Service account and some local system showing in properties of services.

Yes i already did sfc/scannow and chkdsk but no luck.
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by:nobus
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try a startup repair, or system restore to date it was OK
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by:Tsicinc
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how to do system restore on 2012 server? Can you please give step by step instruction.
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by:nobus
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i suppose it's the same as in windows 7 : start>Accessories>System tools > system restore

here a complete tutorial :  http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/700-system-restore.html
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i had to re install server.
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reinstall operating system.
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