Microsoft Exchange Event service does not start

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Microsoft Exchange Event
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SolarWinds Exchange Monitor
I think we have a problem with our Microsoft Exchange Event Service. 1st) what is the role of this service and where does it report to? 2nd) when we go to Services and try to start it we get the following message, "The Microsoft Exchange Event service on Local Computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do, for example, the Performance Logs and Alerts services." We have SolarWindows Exchange Monitor and it shows it as a critical service which is not started. Has anyone run into this problem and know a fix for it?
ASKED: January 31, 2009  12:12 AM
UPDATED: August 17, 2010  6:14 PM

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I thought I remembered this being a service set to manual. We are running Exchange 2007 now so I could not check this. However <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124644(EXCHG.65).aspx”>TechNet</a> identifies it as a manual service:

Microsoft Exchange Event (MSExchangeES)

Manual
Monitors folders and triggers events for server applications compatible with Exchange Server 5.5.

Dependencies:

Microsoft Exchange Information Store

This is not supposed to be running at all times, but only when an event is triggered.

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  • Shestopalov
    Its Exchange Version 6.5 Build 7638.2 Service Pack 2.
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  • Technochic
    OK, I looked that up and that is Exchange 2003. Most of us don't memorize the actual version NUMBER, but identify it rather by Exchange 2000, 2003, 2007 or 2010. Thanks.
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