Receiving Error after patching

I am receiving an Error "Event 1005, ESExchangeSA" on my Exchange Server whenever the server is patched and rebooted.
Please help me to get this issue resolved. Attached is screenshot with more details.
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UDSquareAsked:
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Is your System Attendant starting?  Besides the Event ID what else are you seeing?  Does the server appear to be working?

The System Attendant might just be taking some time to start up, the Event ID is being generated and then the SA starts.

It could be a false positive.

c0072746 has to do with Public Folders.

Are those working ok as well?
Minecraft_ EndermanCommented:
Check DNS Settings on the server and ensure that they are correct.
Ensure that the System Attendant service is starting with the Local System Accountant.
Ensure that the Exchange Domain Servers Global Security Group is present in the USERS Container.
Ensure that File and Print Sharing and NetBIOS over TCP/IP are not disabled.
Ensure that the TCP/IP Helper Service is not disabled.

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UDSquareAuthor Commented:
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UDSquareAuthor Commented:
This issue is resolved. Thanks for your info and support
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