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Hi,

I have a problem with Windows server 2012 based on a vmware Esxi virtualization platform. The server encounters a problem with a network card and after that it loses connection with AD and mail services and also my DFS-s replication go-s down. If I disable the network card and re-enable it, some features come back online, although not everything.

Every time the problem occours, I get a error 7031 in my event viewer.

The Microsoft Exchange RPC Client Access service terminated unexpectedly.  It has done this 1 time(s).  The following corrective action will be taken in 5000 milliseconds: Restart the service.

Any ideas?
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I hpoe this is 2013 Exchange server

This can be fixed by adding the following registry key. Here are the steps:
 
1.On windows 2012 open command prompt with run as administrator
 
2.Type regedit and hit enter
 
3.Go to the following location
 
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\
 
4.Right Click and select new Dword Value
 
5.Type MinimumConnectionTimeout with the decimal value 120
 
6.Close regedit and restart the server.
 
or
 
2. This can also be fixed by the below solution:
 
Change the log on account of MS Exchange RPC Client Access service from “system account” to “Netwotk Service” account.
 
or
 
3. Another fix for this issue is here:
 
Stop and Start the Microsoft Exchange Health Manager service.
 
Issue should get fixed. **use at your own risk**"
 
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http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/a422a576-b366-4908-9366-a30f20ed1805/rpc-client-access-service-failing-many-times-per-day?forum=exchangesvradmin
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The second one did the trick.
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