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My epc in exchange 2013 will not open 404 error

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When I us http://localhost/epc I get a 404 error . The resource you are looking for has been removed. When I go to the path I don't see epc  C;/interpub/wwwroot/epc, This is a new install and I have never been able to access the epc
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It is ecp, not epc.
Do any of the virtual directories appear?
Does EMS start correctly?
If it does, then you could use new-ecpvirtualdirectory to recreate it, although if that is missing I wonder what else is missing which would make me want to remove Exchange and rebuild the box.

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