An Exchange Server 2007 server with incorrectly loaded performance counters may result in many instances of event ID 3006 being logged to the Application Event Log. Event Type: Warning Event Source: LoadPerf Event Category: None Event ID: 3006 Date: 10/09/2007 Time: 12:51:51 User: N/A Computer: SERVER Description: Unable to read the performance counter strings of the 011 language ID. The Win32 status returned […]
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I did a search via the Internet Explorer 7 search bar today which happened to still be configured to use Live.com (the default setting). I was quickly reminded why I stick to Google instead of Live. Not only didn’t the first page of results have what I was looking for, it didn’t even have any […]
On a Symantec Backup Exec 11d server that is backing up Microsoft SQL Server databases you may encounter failed backups with an error: The path for this database is invalid because it contains extra backslash characters. You must remove the extra backslash characters before the database can be backed up. The solution provided by Symantec […]
To continue my harping on about Exchange Server 2007 I thought I would link to an interesting blog entry from Harold Wong (Senior Technology Specialist, Microsoft) on backup solutions for Exchange Server 2007. We have at least one Exchange Server 2007 deployment being delayed for production due to incompatibilities with the client’s backup product of […]
An Exchange Server 2007 server may stop processing mail and begin logging errors when the disk volume used for the Exchange Transport queue database becomes low on free disk space. For even more detail on this topic please read A Guide to Back Pressure in Microsoft Exchange Server. There are two key indicators of the […]