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Cannot start MSExchangeSA service on Exchange 2007

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Cannot start MSExchangeSA service on Exchange 2007

Postby guest » Tue Mar 18, 2008 11:51 am

you cannot start MSExchangeSA service and repeated get the error 2114 with error code 0x80040a02 (DSC_E_NO_SUITABLE_CDC) .

I assume the Exchange 2007 server is installed on a member server, not a DC. Please correct me if I am off base.

Based on my research, similar issues may occur when the specific Exchange
2007 server is not a member of the "Exchange Servers" group and/or
"Exchange Install Domain Servers" security groups. Or the Exchange Servers
group doesn't have Manage Auditing and Security Log User rights in local
policy.

At this time, please help to confirm the settings are correct. To do so:

1. On a DC server, open ADUC and expand Microsoft Exchange Security Groups.
2. Locate "Exchange Servers" group on the right pane.
3. Right click it and select Properties.
4. In the Members tab, make sure the Exchange 2007 server is a member of
the group.
5. In ADUC, locate your domain.
6. Right click it and select Find.
7. In the name field, type "Exchange Install Domain Servers" without
quotation marks, and click Find Now.
8. In the result, right click the group and select Properties.
9. In the Members tab, make sure the Exchange 2007 server is a member of
the group.

If it is fine, please further check the group policy to make sure the
Exchange Servers group has the sufficient rights.

1. On a DC server, open ADUC.
2. Locate the Domain Controllers OU.
3. Right click it and select Properties.
4. Select the Group Policy tab.
5. Select the Default Domain Controllers Policy
6. Click Edit.
7. Expand Computer Configuration
8. Expand Windows Settings
9. Expand Security Settings
10. Expand Local Policies
11. Select User Rights Assignment
12. Double-click on the Manage auditing and security log policy
13. Verify that the "Exchange Servers" group is listed in the security
policy setting.
If it is not, please manually add it.
14. Click OK to close out of the properties.
15. At a command prompt run the following to refresh the policy on the DC
itself
gpupdate /force
16. Restart the Exchange 2007 server to check the effect.
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