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sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 7:18:00 PM   
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i receive the following error in my event log and i am not sure what to do, or where to fix it. i clicked on the link in the error and it took me to a link that tells me about retyping a password. now i am not sure where this password is, or what it is, or if it is in Exchange System Attendant. if so, where is it.

here it is:

System Attendant Service failed to create session for virtual machine (mailserver). The error number is 0x80090005.

For more information, click http://www.microsoft.com/contentredirect.asp

are they talking about the services.msc and the Micorsoft Exchange System Attendant. it is logged on using the local account. how could this have become corrupt.

any help greatly appreciated
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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:09:00 PM   
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What is the Event Id?

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:17:00 PM   
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sorry the event id is 8213
category is General
Type is Error

hope this helps

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:43:00 PM   
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Is the source listed as MSExchangeFBPublish?

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:45:00 PM   
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yes it is.
damn i forgot to put that in.

sorry about that one too

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:51:00 PM   
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No Problem man .... Something in the back of my head is tickling me about this hopefully I can recall it for you.....

BTW where are you located?

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 9:54:00 PM   
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Doh I might have looked at the bottom of your post.... Is this a mixed mode org? Does it still have 5.5 in the environment?

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 10:12:00 PM   
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it is all ek2 on a win2000. it is new server with exchange2000 on it with no exchange 5.5 servers.
native mode

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 17.Aug.2004 11:27:00 PM   
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Sorry bout taking so long... best info I could find is this:

Error code: 0x80090005 - In my case I have changed the name m/c on which Exchange 2000 server was residing, so to avoid this problem we have changed the following registery value to point it to correct server HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeFBPublish\Parameters\<server Name> <- change this and change the SA DN.

Still have not been able to dig up the memory....

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RE: sys attendant service & virtual server - 18.Aug.2004 8:22:00 PM   
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sorry for not totally trusting you, but you and i both know that when you go in and start changing the REGISTRY it is not so easy to get back to where you were.
yes you can save it, but it might affect some other programs in another way that you do not know of.

first, what is m/c? trying to figure it out, but can not figure what it stands for. i know it will be something easy.
second, went ot the specific location of where you told me in the regedit, and i can not find what you want me to change, nor do i understand what you want me to change or add on.

please give more details.

thanks and sorry fgor being such a scaredy cat

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