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I am running Windows 2012 with Exchange 2013.  Servers suddenly restarted.
The only service that is not starting is Microsoft Exchange Transport.
The Event Logs have a number of errors:
1) Performance counter updating error. Counter name is Number of items in Malware Fingerprint cache, category name is MSExchange Anti-Malware Datacenter Perfcounters. Optional code: 3. Exception: The exception thrown is : System.InvalidOperationException: The requested Performance Counter is not a custom counter, it has to be initialized as ReadOnly...
2) Inbound direct trust authentication failed for certificate %1. The source IP address of the server that tried to authenticate to Microsoft Exchange is [%2]. Make sure EdgeSync is running properly.
3)Failed to start listening (Error: 10048). Binding: 0.0.0.0:25.
Any ideas how to get the server back up?
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I think for now you can ignore 1 and 2. It sounds like you have a conflict with something else (maybe another receive connector) utilizing port 25 or the connector type is invalid. I would delete and recreate the default receive connector using port 25 and check to see if any others are trying to use the same port. Or you can make sure it's set to the correct type as front end transport - Set-ReceiveConnector –Identity "Receive connector name" –TransportRole FrontendTransport
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I Set_ReceiveConnector and received the following:
WARNING: The command completed successfully but no settings of 'EMAIL\Default Frontend EMAIL' have been modified.

So i would guess that it is set correctly?
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