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Event ID: 411 Source: ESENT

<process>(<PID>) Log version stamp does not match database engine version stamp.
This problem may occur if you renamed the Exchange 5.5 service account to something other than the default value of "Administrator". See ME294159 to resolve this problem.
This issue may occur if you did not reinstall Exchange 2003 SP1 after you ran the setup /disasterrecovery command. You may incorrectly assume that Exchange 2003 SP1 is already installed. When you view the Exchange 2003 version number in Exchange System Manager after you run the setup /disasterrecovery command, the following version number appears: Version 6.5 (Build 7210.0:Service Pack 1). See ME899386 for a way to resolve this problem.

Also see the link to "EventID 411 from source ESE" for a few possible causes of this event`s appearance.
As per Microsoft, "This issue can occur because in Exchange 2000 SP2, the databases are upgraded to a newer version. Because of this database upgrade in Exchange 2000 SP2, earlier backups that were created before you applied Exchange 2000 SP2 cannot be restored to an Exchange 2000 SP2 system". See ME316794.

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