Event ID 116 (Full Version)

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a.grogan -> Event ID 116 (3.Jul.2005 6:57:00 AM)

Hiya folks - a little bit about a setup that I am supporting:
x 1 Exchange 2000 Server x 1 Exchange 2003 EE SP1 Server Installed on Windows 2003 EE SP 1 configured as an Active / Passive Cluster.

My problem is everytime the Public Folder store is mounted on the Exchange 2003 box I get the following in the Application Event Log:

Event ID 116: Microsoft Exchange OLEDB was unable to initialize event system correctly. Support for store event may have been disabled. HRESULT = 0x8000ffff.

I have tried an number of solutions - e.g rebuilding the RUS - even deleting the databases and starting again - but to no avail - can anyone out there help?



[ July 03, 2005, 12:33 PM: Message edited by: Andy_j_G ]

a.grogan -> RE: Event ID 116 (6.Jul.2005 3:31:00 AM)

Sorry folks - any ideas at all, its driving me nuts.


consultOz -> RE: Event ID 116 (7.Jul.2005 11:20:00 AM)

Andy_j_G ,
you might have seen these already,just incase if you have not

Also I though you have fixed this problem by
deleting the database and re-creating it,
I have seen your note if I am not mistaken,
I am looking up more information for you
Hope you get over soon with this problem
Good Luck, and
Best Regards

[ July 07, 2005, 11:21 AM: Message edited by: oz ]

a.grogan -> RE: Event ID 116 (7.Jul.2005 11:26:00 AM)

Thanks Oz, yes your are quite correct - I did post about deleting the DB files, but the little blighter came back!

I'll have a look at your links and let you know.


a.grogan -> RE: Event ID 116 (7.Jul.2005 11:37:00 AM)

Oz - had a look, unfort not what I need, its def a problem with EXOLEDB - anything else you or anyone can suggest would be very much appreciated.

consultOz -> RE: Event ID 116 (7.Jul.2005 11:51:00 AM)

Andy_j_G ,
Check this out
There is an Hotfix, might fixed the error
Good Luck, and
Best Regards,

[ July 07, 2005, 11:52 AM: Message edited by: oz ]

a.grogan -> RE: Event ID 116 (7.Jul.2005 4:10:00 PM)

Thanks Oz, but alas that patch seem more related to SQL Server ODBC, not Exchange - I have to admit there seems to be no information on this in relation of EXOLEDB - if anyone else finds something it would be very much appreciated.

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