The problem occurs in some environments when Exchange is installed on a Global Catalog. The Exchange Team has released a KB article that addresses the issue. The article has four methods to try to resolve the issue. In SBS environments, Method 1 is usually impractical. Methods 2 and 3 tend to work the best on an SBS server. Method 2 is the easiest to implement because you can use Microsoft Fix It to adjust the service dependencies for you. If your server experiences the problem the Exchange services not starting automatically, we suggest you use the Fix It under Method 2 in the article to resolve the problem.
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