Exchange Server repair becomes a primary requirement for corrupt Exchange Server

27 Jun

Proper execution of Microsoft Exchange Server depends on various factors. Corruption of Exchange Server is one of the factors that result into unstopped services related to Exchange Server. Data of the Microsoft Exchange Server becomes totally inaccessible. Issue related to inaccessibility can be overcome up to much extent with the help of a latest backup. In absence of backup, it becomes necessary to solve the corruption related issue. The best solution to overcome this problem is through a third party Exchange Server Recovery tool.

Here is an error message that comes up on the screen at a time when Windows Server 2003 based computer system is executing Exchange Server 2003, you fail to open Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) virtual server successfully. At a same time, an error message gets received on the screen that appears to be like this:

The service has returned a service-specific error code.

Check the Windows Event Viewer for details.”

When an attempt is made to find the Error event in the Event Viewer, no error event gets logged that is related to this problem. You expect to solve an Error event in the event log that recognizes why the virtual server did not execute.

Cause:

Above error message is caused if the registry entries that are used by the SMTP virtual server may be damaged or corrupt.

Solution:

For solving the above issue, you have to replace the missing or damaged corrupt registry entries. For doing the same, you have to follow the below steps:

  1. Select Start >> Run.
  2. Enter regedit in the Open box, and then select OK.
  3. Place the below stated subkey in the registry in the Registry Editor:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Rpc\ClientProtocols.

  1. If any of the values that are listed in the table are absent from registry, it is good

to add them. For adding a value, follow the below steps:

4.1)  On the Edit menu, choose New, and then select String Value.

            4.2)  Enter the name, and then press ENTER twice.

4.3)  Enter rpcrt4.dll in the dialog box named as Edit String, and then choose OK.

4.4)  Perform 4.1 through 4.3 for every missing value.

5.   Select Exit to close Registry Editor on the Registry menu.

6.   Restart your computer system.

If no results get found, then it means Exchange Server is corrupt. The best possible way to come out from the problem of Exchange Server crash is through Exchange Recovery. This can be done through a third party tool. Plenty of tools are available in the market that can be used to perform EDB Recovery. Doing a selection for a third party tool sometimes become quite a tough task. This is the reason; it is suggested to first make use of a demo version of the tool. Through demo version an overall evaluation about the product can be easily concluded. Once you get satisfied with the results, you can invest for that product.

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