How to re-create the basic public folders after a bad crash ?

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for information: here is the message I get when I try to mount the Public folder data base: Source: MsExchangeIS EventID: 9519 Error 0x80004005 starting database "First Storage GroupPublic Folder Store (EXCHANGE)" on the Microsoft Exchange Information Store. Failed to configure MDB. I already search on Microsoft KB without success. Another thing I tried : Even an empty base cannot be mount and I noticed that the "OAB Version 2" object is missing in the AD. If you have an idea I will really appreciate your help. Thanks for your point of view.

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Here is the result of muyinvestigation :
Actually, the problem was coming from a bad right on a AD Exchange’s object.
A “Deny all” was set on the advance rights of the following objet :
CN=Public Folders,CN=Folder Hierarchies,CN=Premier groupe administratif,CN=Administrative Groups,CN=siege,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=siege,DC=local

I hope this can help someone.
Thanks and regards
F.JACQUIN

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