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Event ID: 6800 Source: WindowsSharePointServices3

Level
Description
The database <database name> on <computer name>\MICROSOFT##SSEE is not accessible to missing Windows Internal Database signatures.
Comments
 
This happened to me when I installed Security Update form Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0 (KB983444). The solution is described in ME944267.
I tried running Repair from Add Remove Programs in the Control Panel. After that, I tried the solution posted here (Anonymous (Last update 5/17/2007)) with no success (the last command line failed). I also tried running: regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\Ole DB\oledb32.dll" and this also did not work. Eventually, I ran Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard. It ran some installations and configurations that seemed to finish and the product came back to life. I do not know if the last action solved the problem or the combination of everything I did.
After installing ME932091 on my Windows 2003 server, I could not access the pages I have created on SharePoint nor the Central Administration Site. I resolved this problem by following these steps:
1. Stop the W3SVC service by using a command prompt and typing “net stop w3svc” (without the quotes).
2. Open a command prompt and change directory to <system drive>\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\BIN and run the following command without the quotes: "psconfig -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -wait".
3. After the upgrade completes, the W3SVC service should restart automatically.
This event started showing up after installing Microsoft patch ME932091. Something in the patch prevents anyone from logging on to the SharePoint sites or the SharePoint Admin site. The fix for the problem is to download the patch again and save the file to your hard drive. If you try to run the file it will tell you the patch is already installed. You will need to extract the files from the ".exe" file (I used Winzip). Run "dw20w.msp" and let it finish (1 - 1.5 hours for some users). After it is done installing, reboot the machine and it should be back to normal.

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