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    Applying RPC vulenrability patch

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    by jgryck ·

    After applying Microsofts NT server 4.0 SBS patch.
    I am receiving a 1068 error and can not start no exchange 5.5 services.
    It appears some dependency services are missing.
    Thank you in advance for your help.

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    • #3544094

      Reply To: Applying RPC vulenrability patch

      by jschein ·

      In reply to Applying RPC vulenrability patch

      You must first ensure you are running the latest service pack… Install 6a 128 bit, then run the patch, should be good after that

    • #3543553

      Reply To: Applying RPC vulenrability patch

      by joseph moore ·

      In reply to Applying RPC vulenrability patch

      Microsoft Knowledge Base Article – 182514
      XADM: System Attendant Fails To Start With Error 1068
      The information in this article applies to:
      Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0
      Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0
      Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5
      Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

      This article was previously published under Q182514
      SYMPTOMS
      When you start the Microsoft Exchange System Attendant, you may receive the following error message:

      Could not start the Microsoft Exchange System Attendant on computer
      \\

      Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.
      CAUSE
      This behavior occurs if one of the services that the System Attendant depends on cannot be started.
      WORKAROUND
      On computers that are running Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, you can verify in Registry Editor that all the dependency services listed under the following key have started:
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeSA\DependonService

      On computers that are running Microsoft Windows 2000, to check what services another service is dependent on:
      On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Services.
      Right-click the service, and then click the Dependencies tab. This tab lists not only what sevices this service is dependent on, but also what services are dependent on this one.

      • #3543552

        Reply To: Applying RPC vulenrability patch

        by joseph moore ·

        In reply to Reply To: Applying RPC vulenrability patch

        So, since you have NT4 SBS, check the Registry key for the DependonService services that must start.
        Open Services in the Control Panel, and see if they are running. If not, then start them.

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