Exchange 2007 – Unable to mount database

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With exchange 2007, I'm getting following error message when I try to mount the Exchange Database:

Fehlercode: MapiExceptionCallFailed: Unable to mount database. (hr=0x80004005, ec=-501)

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  • Exchange server 2007
    Well this happens to me and I was able to resolve it by restoring it from backup and then mount. It works!
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  • bobluis
    There could be the following causes for this erroneous situation: * The ‘DomainNameExchange Servers’ group is not assigned the ‘Manage auditing and security log’ user right. * The Exchange server database file is corrupt or damaged. For the first cause, check this solution:http://kbalertz.com/925825/Event-logged-Application-mount-database-Exchange-Server.aspx If this doesn't solve the problem you will have to restore it from an old backup file or run eseutil.exe command utility. Please follow these steps: 1. Run Eseutil /p, a hard repair process on the corrupted database. 2. Run Eseutil /d, to defragment the database. Offline defragmentation process makes a new physical database 3. Now run Isinteg -fix to Check the consistency of the Exchange server database. You may need to run Isinteg several times until it returns zero errors. Note: Eseutil /p may cause data loss as it removes the damaged database pages during repair process to bring the database file into consistent state.
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