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Event ID: 0 Source: ESE97

MSExchangeIS ((416) ) -552
If you restore the information store on a recovery server (scratch server) running the Legato NetWorker BusinessSuite Module for Microsoft Exchange Server 1.1.003 or earlier on a large database (approximately 20 to 30 gigabytes), the service may not start, a service-specific error 3355443752 error message may be displayed, and this event possibly occurs. See ME240153 for more information about this issue.

You restore an Exchange Server 5.5 directory from offline backup and you want to try to play the log files forward. When you try to start the Exchange 5.5 Server directory service, the service does not start, and this event is logged. For more information, see ME311396.

Isinteg has encountered a damaged page in the Microsoft Exchange database and the page appears to be uninitialized but it is actually in use. Only certain pages that have become damaged will cause this to happen and therefore, the chances are small this problem will occur. If this problem does occur, see ME234432 to resolve it.
As per Microsoft: "This behavior can be caused by a virus protection program, especially when it is not a program built to recognize Exchange Server processes. The program may install a file system filter that prevents a JET engine from addressing database files". There are several Microsoft articles that have information about this event: ME231299, ME242364, ME247774, ME274563, ME275602 and ME810579.

-Error: -510 - Corresponds to JET_errLogWriteFail. The error can be caused by a corrupted Edb.log file. See ME301505 for a workaround of this problem.
Caused by inconsistent or damaged database in Exchange after a restore.

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