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Event ID: 205 Source: ESE98

Information Store (<PID>) The database engine has stopped restoring.
As per Microsoft: "This issue can occur because Exchange Server patch files automatically generate and use the same file name as the database that has a .pat file extension. When the restore process of an online backup completes, the patch files are written from backup media into a single folder on the hard disk that the user specifies. If the Exchange Server databases do not have unique names in the storage group, only one patch file is created on the hard disk, and then the patch file is overwritten. Because only one patch file is available to restore multiple databases, the restore process does not respond". See ME311441, ME312635, and MSEX2K3DB to fix this problem.

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