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vermilion -> Upgraded RC->RTM, Service Host will not start (10.Dec.2009 11:57:23 AM)

After upgrading 2010 RC to RTM, I cannot start the Microsoft Exchange Service Host service. It just keeps restarting. I also get the following message in the event logs:

quote:

Watson report about to be sent for process id: 8776, with parameters: E12, c-RTL-AMD64, 14.00.0682.001, M.Exchange.ServiceHost, M.Exchange.RPCOverHTTPAutoconfig, M.E.S.R.Servicelet.UpdateIISSettings, System.InvalidCastException, d3a4, 14.00.0682.001. ErrorReportingEnabled: True

Log Name: Application
Source: MSExchange Common
Event ID: 4999
Level: Error
User: N/A
OpCode:
Task Category: General
Keywords: Classic


I heard that applying 2010 Update Rollup 1 fixes this issue; unfortunately, I can't seem to install 2010UR1 until I fix this problem.

I've been Googling for almost 18 hours now (with sleep in between), but our company's email is still down and incoming messages are beginning to bounce back.

The server is Windows Server 2008 x64, with Active Directory running on this server as well. Thinking about upgrading to 2008 R2 after all this is fixed.




jveldh -> RE: Upgraded RC->RTM, Service Host will not start (10.Dec.2009 5:10:34 PM)

Hi,

There is an issue which looks much like your issue only it's for Exchange 2007 but maybe you can check the steps mentioned in the KB:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/944752




vermilion -> RE: Upgraded RC->RTM, Service Host will not start (10.Dec.2009 5:18:48 PM)

Thanks, jveldh. However, this server is directly connected to the Internet, and I have no trouble downloading that file in my Web browser.

I saw that article in my travels of Google. I thought I was close.




jveldh -> RE: Upgraded RC->RTM, Service Host will not start (11.Dec.2009 3:00:56 PM)

Hi,

Are there any other events logged ?




vermilion -> RE: Upgraded RC->RTM, Service Host will not start (11.Dec.2009 3:12:32 PM)

Never mind. As this was time-critical, I ended up installing the RTM on another server and recreating all of the user data, minus the apparently-corrupted database.

Case closed, I suppose.




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